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Image of Begonia photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(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 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...

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James H. Schutte

(Ambassador Pink Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Popular bedding plants, ambassador pink 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. Ambassador pink wax begonias bloom continuously in summer displaying bright pink blooms on light green foliage. They prefer well drained soil in full sun to partial shade. As reliable bloomers they are often used as annuals in containers, hanging baskets and mass plantings.

(Ambassador Red Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Popular bedding plants, ambassador red 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. Ambassador red wax begonias bloom continuously in summer displaying bright red blooms on light green foliage. They prefer well drained soil in full sun to partial shade. As reliable bloomers they are often used as annuals in containers, hanging baskets and mass plantings.

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James H. Schutte

(Ambassador White Begonia, Fibrous Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Popular bedding plants, ambassador white 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. Ambassador white wax begonias bloom continuously in summer displaying pure white blooms on light green foliage. They prefer well drained soil in full sun to partial shade. As reliable bloomers they are often used as annuals in containers, hanging baskets and mass plantings.

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James Burghardt

(Andrea Prado Rex Begonia, Rex Begonia)

This group, one of many in the begonia family, is prized for its astounding leaves, which amply earn the designation “Rex” (King). The leaves vary wildly in shape from whorled or curled like a snail to broad and much-divided. They vary even more wildly in color and patterning. These begonias produce sparse sprays of small pink or white flowers but the leaves upstage and conceal the blooms.

Modern Rex begonias are complex hybrids that derive from crosses between the Southeast Asian native Begonia...

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James Burghardt

(Aquamarine Begonia, Begonia, Rhizomatous Begonia)

Glossy deep green with obvious muted wine red undersides, the leaves of 'Aquamarine' evoke lushness and beauty. A tender perennial begonia that grows from a thick, fleshy rhizome (underground stem), it forms a thickly foliaged clump. This hybrid between Begonia ludwigii and Begonia 'Silvadore' was registered in 1953 by Susie Zug of California.

Producing lots of leaves, the clump is always lush. Leaves are a glossy and fleshy dark greem shaped like maple leaves, upon long stems. Undersides...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Argenteo Guttata Begonia)

The trout begonia is renowned for its dark green leaves that have lustrous silver or pale silvery-pink spots. This tender herbaceous perennial is the result of a hybrid cross and is classified as a shrub begonia since it is a dense plant with many multi-stems. Each long leaf blade is wedge-shaped, has jagged edges and is populated by scores of silvery spots, slightly pink on youngest leaves. From spring to autumn small cream-colored blossoms appear on branched stems among the leaves.

Plant trout...

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James Burghardt

(Art Hodes 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...

(Avalanche Begonia, Begonia)

This angel-wing begonia is renowned d for its dark leaves with spots of lustrous silver or pale silvery-pink. A tender herbaceous perennial, ‘Avalanche’ is classified as a cane begonia because of its branching, plump stems with prominent nodes, vaguely like bamboo.. Each leafis large, wavy edged, and has hundreds of spots. Some leaves have much more silver than dgreen, and all leaf undersides are a milky light green. In midwinter small white blossoms appear in loose clusters stems on the canes among...