Begonias

Begonia egregia (Begoniaceae)

Evergreen species native to Brazil up to 1 meter tall and over. This begonia produces very long, rarely branched and bare stems with a tuft...

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Begonia peltata (Begoniaceae)

Fibrous-rooted succulent begonia. Leaves peltate-ovate, alternate, fleshy, densely covered with white hairs. White flowers. Full sunshine...

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Begonia mazae f. nigricans (Begoniaceae)

This species has an aerial, thin, creeping rhizome. Leaves almost roundish, 12.5 x 8 cm, cordate at their base and acute at apex, brown...

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Begonia reniformis Mococa, Brazil (Begonia vitifolia) (Begoniaceae)

~~Tree species. Stems long, easily reaching 3 m in height. Leaves obliquely obovate, up to 14 cm in length, cordate, light green, glossy,...

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Begonia x hybrida \’Cleopatra\’ (Begoniaceae)

Garden hybrid with aerial creeping rhizomes. Leaves with a long, green spotted with red petiole. Leaf blade palmate, green strongly spotted...

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Begonia × hybrida ‘Jolly Silver’ (Begoniaceae)

Beautiful herbaceous begonia with an interesting foliage. Leaves with long petioles, ovate-lanceolate, dark green in colour, strongly...

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Begonia subvillosa var. leptotricha (Begoniaceae)

~~Sub-shrub species. Leaves almost roundish or slightly longer and wing-shaped, glossy, slightly red below. Flowers white or pinkish-white,...

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Begonia imperialis (Begoniaceae)

This rhizomatous species is native to Mexico. Leaves 10-15 cm in diameter, almost roundish, cordate at their base, densely covered with...

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Begonia mazae (Begoniaceae)

This species with creeping rhizomes is native to Mexico. Stems up to 45 cm long, erect or more or less procumbent. Leaves ovate, acuminate...

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Begonia solimutata (Begoniaceae)

Herbaceous species that is native to Brazil (Parà). Leaves roundish, about 10 cm in diameter, rough, green with large radial bronze-red...

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Begonia masoniana (Begoniaceae)

Rhizomatous species that is native to New Guinea. Leaves almost roundish, up to 20 cm in diameter, cordate at their base and pointed at...

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