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(Solenia™ Dusty Rose Begonia)

Solenia® dusty rose begonia is an evergreen perennial that is commonly planted as a warm-season tender perennial in temperate zones. This compact selection is more tolerant of full sun than other begonias. Everblooming and easy to grow, it puts forth loose clusters of double flowers of rose-pink with darker rose accents. Its succulent, glossy, very dark green leaves show off the brightness of its flowers. This begonia prefers sites with part sun to shade, and well drained, fertile soil. Where summers...

Image of Begonia (SOLENIA® LIGHT YELLOW, SOLENIA® SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Solenia™ Light Yellow Begonia)

Solenia® begonias are evergreen perennials that are commonly planted as warm-season tender perennials in temperate zones. These compact selections are more tolerant of full sun than other begonias. Everblooming and easy to grow, they put forth loose clusters of double flowers that may be in shades of apricot, pink, yellow or red, depending on the cultivar. Their succulent, glossy, dark green leaves show off the brightness of their flowers. These begonias prefer sites with part sun to shade, and well...

(Superba 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...

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tuberous Begonia)

This collection of tuberous begonias is characterize by big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright bushy plant. The plants are hybrids derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers and flowers come in all colors except blue. These grandiose flowers are often double in form, appear in summer, and are set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster of three buds, with two smaller female flowers...

(Tuberous Begonia)

The tuberous begonia Fortune Series boasts very large, showy, double (extra petals) blossoms on upright, bushy plants with tight foliage. The Tuberhybrida Group is a collection of hybrids derived from mountain-growing species native to the Andes mountains in South America. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers. The grandiose flowers appear in summer, and are set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster of three buds, with two smaller female flowers next...

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, GO-GO SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Tuberous Begonia)

The Go-Go Series of tuberous begonias is a terrific collection with big, showy, semi-double blossoms in a range of colors on upright, bushy plants with tight foliage. They are classified in the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of hybrids derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers. The grandiose flowers form in summer, and are set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster of three buds, with...

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, ILLUMINATION SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, camellia-like blossoms on a bushy, cascading plant with deep green foliage perfect for hanging baskets--that describes the Illumination Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong 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 and flowers come in all colors except blue. These extravagant flowers are often double. They are produced in summer to mid-autumn, and are set...

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP™ SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly green foliage that is slightly more heat tolerant than other begonias--that describes the Non-Stop Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong 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 and flowers come in all colors except blue. These extravagant flowers are often double. They are produced in summer...

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP® MOCCA SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly bronze-green or blackish green foliage that is slightly more heat tolerant than other begonias--that describes the Non-Stop® Mocca Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong 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 and flowers come in all colors except blue. These extravagant flowers are often double....

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, ORNAMENT™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Ornament™ Begonia)

Large, semi- to fully doubled blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly dark bronze-green foliage describes the Ornament™ Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong 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 and flowers are either pink, orange, scarlet or yellow. These extravagant flowers are often double (having extra rows of petals). They are produced in summer...