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Image of Begonia dregei photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Grape-leaved Begonia)

A lovely, upright growing plant, the maple-leaf begonia has showy but variably-shaped leaves with red veins and delicately fragrant white flowers. Native to shaded hillsides in South Africa, it is a tender perennial with a curiously attractive swollen stem base, or caudex. The leaves are often described as resembling those of a maple tree, but some individuals can more resemble the foliage of a geranium, ivy or grape leaf. The are green with red or purple veins or edges, and when young often have...

Image of Begonia egregia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(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 glabra photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Trailing 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 involucrata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Begonia)

An erect shrubby tropical plant, Begonia involucrata has green leaves covered in soft white hairs and having irregular, jagged lobes. A tender herbaceous perennial, it is native to shaded slopes in the mid-elevations of Central America, from Mexico to Panama. The mid-green leaves have white hairs on them, and the leaf undersides are paler green. They are oval and oblong and irregularly shaped, with two or three pointed lobes and leaf veins that are depressed. In late winter small white flowers...

Image of Begonia luxurians photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Palm-leaved Begonia)

Palm-leaved begonia, a robust Brazilian native, is a tall, shrub-like tender tropical perennial with breathtaking palmate leaves. Each hand-like leaf - made up of 11-20 smaller leaflets that are fleshy and sometimes rippled - is often described as cannibis-like. The leaf stems are a contrasting pink to pink-orange. In spring, long floral stems arise and display creamy white clusters of flowers that are fragrant. Begonia flowers are either male or female, with male blossoms opening first.

Palm-leaved...

(Spotted Begonia)

The spotted or trout begonia is an upright cane-type with large, dark green leaves that look like bat wings with pronounced silver dots. This Brazilian native is a tender tropical perennial with green stems that resemble the culms of bamboo. The white flowers are quite showy, appearing from late winter into the spring, arising from the canes among the leaves. The leaves are shaped like a simple bat wing, or angel's wing, and are succulent, waxy, glossy and dark green. Silvery white dots speckle...

Image of Begonia maculata

James H. Schutte

(Spotted Begonia, Wight's Spotted Begonia)

Wright's spotted begonia is an upright cane-type with large, dark green leaves that look like bat wings with pronounced silver dots. This Brazilian native is a tender tropical perennial with green stems that resemble the culms of bamboo. The white flowers are quite showy, appearing from late winter into the spring, arising from the canes among the leaves. The leaves are shaped like a simple bat wing, or angel's wing, and are succulent, waxy, glossy and dark green. Silvery white dots speckle the...

Image of Begonia masoniana photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Iron Cross Begonia)

The terrific evergreen foliage of the iron cross begonia can’t be beat. This rhizomatous tender perennial is native to extreme southern China near the border of Vietnam. Its large, rigid, roughly textured leaves are apple-green with single dark brown marks that resemble a German iron cross. In late spring, dainty white flowers are produced atop maroon stems above the mass of leaves.

Iron cross begonia needs a bright light but will not withstand direct sunlight. It prefers warm humid environments...

Image of Begonia multiflora photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(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 multinervia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Begonia)

Tall, thick, upright and unbranching stems with attractive, glossy dark green and purple leaves makes Begonia multinervia a lovely but large tropical plant for the warm garden or house. Considered a tender perennial, this native of lower Central America becomes a tall clump as new stems arise only from the root mass, always without branches. The thick, smooth oval leaves are slightly toothed on the edges, glossy bright green above, and purplish underneath. The leaf stem petioles are lightly...