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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Panorama™ Begonia)

Numerous big, camellia-like blossoms on a bushy plant with bronze-green foliage that forms an attractive mounding form: this describes the Panorama™ 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 yellow, peach, white, red or rose. These extravagant flowers are often double. They are produced in summer to...

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, PIN-UP™ SERIES) photo by: All-America Selections

All-America Selections

(Pin-up™ Begonia)

Numerous bicolored flowers that look like small hibiscus blooms cover the bushy plants of the Pin-Up™ Series. These tuberous begonias have lush dark green leaves with lighter veins. Belonging to the Tuberhybrida Group of begonias derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes, they grow from winter-dormant root tubers. Their numerous flowers are bicolored, either red and golden orange or white and deep pink, based on culivar. Blossoms are heavily produced in summer to mid-autumn,...

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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Primary Begonia)

Big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly green foliage describes the slightly earlier-to-bloom-from-planting Primary Series of tuberous begonia. These compact plants belong to the Tuberhybrida Group; this collection was developed from the slightly later flowering plants in the Nonstop Series. 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 early summer to mid-autumn,...

Image of Begonia aconitifolia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Cane Begonia, Metallica 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 bowerae photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eyelash Begonia)

Can you find a prettier foliage plant? Light pink flowers naturally occur in late winter and spring on the eyelash begonia, but its true beauty is in the variegated, spotted and striped leaves of yellow-green and burgundy-black. Native to the mountain slopes of southern Mexico's cloudy rainforsts, it is a tender perennial that grows from a creeping branched rhizome (underground stem). It is regarded as one of the prettiest begonias for foliage and its relative ease of culture as both a houseplant...

(Begonia, Spotted Metallic Begonia)

Without a doubt there is no more ornately-foliaged begonia species than the spotted metallic begonia! The long tapering leaves of Begonia brevirimosa are naturally colored in glossy spots of red on green (or bronze-green). A shrub-like tender perennial that only sporadically forms its pink flowers, it is native to the humid tropical mountains of extreme southeastern Asia; in 1913 it was discovered at 3000 feet (950 m) in elevation on New Guinea.

The amazingly colorful leaves are long,...

Image of Begonia brevirimosa ssp. exotica photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Begonia, Pink Metallic Begonia, Striped Metallic Begonia)

Without a doubt there is no more ornately-foliaged begonia species than the pink metallic begonia! The tapering oval leaves of Begonia brevirimosaspp. exotica are naturally colored in glossy rosy-red bands of red on green (or bronze-green). A shrub-like tender perennial that only sporadically forms its pink flowers, it is native to the humid tropical mountains of extreme southeastern Asia; in 1913 it was discovered at 3000 feet (950 m) in elevation on New Guinea.

The amazingly...

Image of Begonia carolineifolia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Palmate Begonia)

Palm-leaf begonia is eye-catching and exotic-looking, with its large, glossy leaves divided into leaflets joined at their bases, a bit like the fronds on the top of a palm tree. The leaves are dark green above and red-brown below. Native to Mexico, it sends up tall reddish-brown stems bearing a cluster of pink flowers in late winter and spring. It is a tropical perennial that can grow quite large. The erect rhizomatous (root-like) stem holds the leaves at its tip, which adds to the palm-like look...

Image of Begonia coccinea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Angel Wing Begonia)

The pendent, clustered coral-red flowers of the red angelwing cane begonia add a delicate flair to the coarse green leaves and thick, vertical stems. Native to Brazil, this tender perennial forms a clump of canes that can reach significant height, with a completely upright form or V-shaped habit. The leaves are oblong and pointed, roughly resembling a wing, and are thin and succulent, and light green with occasional red edges. The flowers emerge from the new growth, which can be at severeal locations...

Image of Begonia convolvulacea photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Morning Glory Begonia)

Climbing and rambling over rocks or up tree trunks, the morning glory begonia has pretty white flowers in spring and glossy green leaves that look both grape and maple leaf-like. A succulent perennial vine that is frost tender, it is native to the extreme southeastern coastal plain of Brazil. Although called "morning glory", it has neither flowers nor twining stems like real morning glory vines,(Convolvulus).

The thin, fleshy but plastic-like leaves are a glossy bright green and range...