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Syngenta

(Eureka Scarlet Bronze Leaf Wax Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

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Syngenta

(Eureka Pink Green Leaf Wax Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

(Eureka Red Green Leaf Wax Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

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Syngenta

(Eureka Rose Green Leaf Wax Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

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Syngenta

(Eureka Scarlet Green Leaf Wax Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

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Syngenta

(Eureka White Green Leaf Wax Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Fireworks Begonia)

Explosions of black, silver and pink decorate the glorious foliage of the Fireworks rex begonia. This tender herbaceous perennial is the result of extensive hybridization. Each leaf is an off-center heart-shaped blade with jagged edges. In the center is a "fireworks" of black that reaches outward in the veins to the leaf's edges. Intermingling with the dark veins are silver and light green tones that blush pink, lavender or purple. In late spring small pink blossoms appear on short stems among the...

(Fortune Salmon Tuberous Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

The 'Fortune Salmon' tuberous begonia is an impressively flowering plant with very large, double (extra petals), salmon-orange blossoms. It is and upright, bushy plant with tight foliage. The Tuberhybrida Group is a collection of hybrids derived from species native to the Andes Mountains of South America. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers. The grandiose flowers are produced in summer, and set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster of three buds, with...

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James Burghardt

(Cane Begonia, Fountain of Youth Begonia)

Adored for beautiful blooms and wildly colorful foliage, Begonia is one of the largest genera of flowering plants. There are over 1,500 species and more than 10,000 cultivars and hybrids. They are found all over the world but most originate from sub-tropical and tropical regions.

The plants come in many different forms. They are fleshy, herbaceous and may be annual or perennial. In habit, they can be shrubby, climbing, or epiphytic (tree-dwelling). The leaves are simple or compound...

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James Burghardt

(Cocktail Gin Wax Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Popular bedding plants, Cocktail Series wax begonias are tender perennials of hybrid origin. These plants are evergreen in tropical to sub-tropical zones but grown as annuals in temperate zones. The 'Gin' cultivar displays beautiful bronze foliage with light pink flowers that contrast nicely with the leaf color.

These plants are best growing in a well drained soil in full to partial sun. Sandy soils should have organic matter incorporated. As reliable bloomers they are often used as annuals in...