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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, pendent, vivid red blossoms on a bushy, cascading plant with green foliage perfect for hanging baskets describes the Illumination Scarlet tuberous begonia. This plant belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers. These extravagant flowers are often double (having extra rows of petals). They are produced in summer to mid-autumn, and are set among open, succulent,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, pendent, white blossoms on a bushy, cascading plant with deep green foliage perfect for hanging baskets describes the Illumination White tuberous begonia. This plant belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers. These extravagant flowers are often double (having extra rows of petals). They are produced in summer to mid-autumn, and are set among open, succulent,...

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Jessie Keith

(Cane 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

(Cane Begonia, Lana 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

(Leo Rowan Begonia, Rhizomatous 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

(Lime Swirl Begonia, Rhizomatous 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

(Little Darling Begonia, Rhizomatous 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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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Begonia, Madame Queen Begonia)

Madame Queen begonia dazzles with large, coppery-green leaves with ornately ruffled edges and tall sprays of deep pink flower in late winter. This tender herbaceous perennial is the result of a hybrid cross and grows from a prostrate stem called a rhizome. New leaves emerge very red and mature to a dark green with coppery blushing. The upright leaf stems are a bold green-yellow, as are the veins in each leaf blade. The leaf edges are intricately ruffled and often reveal glimpses of the rusty red...

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James Burghardt

(Mirage Begonia, Rhizomatous 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

(Begonia, Morocco Trailing Begonia)

Coarse, sturdy carpets of Morocco begonia's red-tinged gray-green leaves bring accents of more red on leaf undersides and stems that bear white flowers. A hybrid scandent begonia, it was created by crossing trailing begonia (Begonia soli-mutata) with elm-leaf begonia (Begonia ulmifolia). It becomes a sprawling low quilt of foliage spreading by its rhizomes (underground stems).

The large, grayish green leaves have tiny red hairs, especially on the undersides. New leaves are reddish...