Stock Number: 56914
(rhizomatous) Small statured. Crinkly spirals of dark sheen with brilliant white eye; forming a tight, neat tuffet of busy foliage. Much darker than 'Hocking Bravura' with more fingered margins. A thickly foliaged candidate for your "Black Garden." Popular in Wardian Cases.
Stock Number: 56272
(rhizomatous) Blanton hybrid with dark oval leathery leaves highlighted by a red central omphalodium or "eye" and slim red rims; pink blossoms in large open custers in winter. This wonderful basic hybrid is extremely tolerant of low humidity, this "Bull's Eye" is much easier to grow than the similarly colored, but smal...
Stock Number: 56017
(shrub-like) Stout stems support richly pelted succulent leaves with a lovely pale ochre central design. Needs perfect drainge and good air movement to become the fab creature in the photos. As with most felt leaf Begonias, this is a successful window sill subject houseplant.
Stock Number: 56341
(cane) Very dark leaves with deep scarlet maroon reverse with very rich pink blossom clusters on out reaching initially somewhat short cane stems. Always requires considerable patience getting this mature enough to bloom.
Stock Number: 56018
(rhizomatous) "Stained Glass Begonia." Ruffled, cupped bronzy leaves with large "windows" (technically "Ectopic growths") of translucent ochre; fantastic yet vigorous growing heirloom hybrid--especially effective grown in a small hanging baskets so one can easily look through the nearly impossibly transparent windows e...
Stock Number: 56707
(rhizomatous with rex foliage) Small saturated easily grown clumping mound of beautifully marbled mahogany black leaves with pecan tones, highlighted with bright pewter brushings amplified by the dramatic cherry red underleaves. Amazingly vigorous and undemanding.
Stock Number: 56375
(shrub) Large upright plant with shiny grape-shaped applegreen foliage. Unusual yet handsome specimen with winter sprays of showy antique white flowers held on red-haired stems. The stout erect canes can reach several feet if roots are free to run. Nearly impossible to kill.
Stock Number: 56021
(rhizomatous) Profusion of nile-green maple leaves marked with maroon; sprays of midwinter shelltoned blossoms; while certainly not a showstopper (no Elizabeth Taylor), still an old reliable standby ready to ride any barge rowing by. We realize that numerous distinct plants are sold under this name--ours originated wit...
Stock Number: 56024
(trailing/scandant) The "Grape Leaf Begonia" with big glossy sharply lobed leaves shingling the scandent stems; enormous pendant flower heads in late winter are most impressive. Easy. Unmatched for a substantial hanging basket statement. Given support (does not need encouragement) this clean cut beauty can easily cover...
Stock Number: 56028
(cane) Traditional "Angel Wing Begonia" w/ deeply lobed leaves dotted silver; pendulous salmon rose flower clusters. We do not ship the unlobed clone--this clone originally received from Logee's is similar or identical to 'Sophie Cecile' according to several California collectors.
Stock Number: 56898
(scandent) Handsome, quite succulent; the thick, arching stems are packed with shiny, slightly cupped dark olive waxy leaves with showy tomentose reverse displayed on the compact tightly foliaged habit; out arched white flower clusters. Difficult challenge.
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Stock Number: 56797
(rhizomatous) Big and bold, tolerating considerable neglect as long a adequate light is given to maintain that yellow copper dusky gold leaf to emphasized by darker veins--deep spirals with a 'Lopse II' texture. Showy white flower clusters. Certainly earns the space it demands.
Stock Number: 56276
(thick-stemmed) Impressive stout thick upright stems hold large sharply lobed deciduous leaves; enormous sprays of tiny flowers appear in late winter to break dormancy. This astounding species holds great interest to caudiform collectors as well. We are always impressed with the continued popularity of this big boy.
Stock Number: 56025
(rz) Giant crested bright green leaves form spectacular mounds. The ultimate begonian's magnificent obsession. An impressive extravagance demanding space, good light, adequate humidity--if you do not have adequate conditions to accomodate this, do NOT order it. Frieling's smaller statured hybrid of this, 'Hocking Hustl...
Stock Number: 56026
(shrub) Prim ranks of small waxy blue-green leaves on dimunitive upright, somewhat woody stems; lovely Cuban species often called the "Holly Leaf Begonia." The erect woody dark stems & small waxy platinum toned foliage make this an obvious candidate for a glazed bonsai pot. Small featured petite shrublet with very ...
Stock Number: 56027
(rhizomatous) Silver-splashed, olive crinkly leaves in wide beautiful spirals held low. Sport of 'Fascination' originating here at the Glasshouse Works. Requires even humidity to flourish.
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Stock Number: 56401
(sempervirens) Very charming self branching mini-semp habit forming a thick mound of small crinkly leaves with deep veins and glossy surfaces perfect with the clusters of rose blushed blossoms, suggesting its "Wax Begonia" cousins. Wonderful windowsill "Busy Lizzy" type for those after the retro look. Easy to grow if g...
Stock Number: 56117
Upright rhizomatous, petite upright succulent stems are densely ranked with pale eyed cinamon green leaves designed with dark masks and pinked rims. Gradually forms petite mounds decorated in February with many clusters of white blossoms.
Stock Number: 56912
(rhizomatous) Dependable eye candy with deeply cut basil green leaves decorated with deco designed heiroglyphs of mahogany red. The pseudo-fenestrated leaves form a double helix as the clump matures. Strong growing and impressively colored.
Stock Number: 56910
(rhizomatous) Fabluous silver nacre leaves with elegantly frilled and fluted margins. Great in a Wardian Case; deserves to be more popular as one of the easiest to grow of the silvery crew. You get ten extra points if you get the name reference.
Stock Number: 56032
(shrub) Slate green leaves rimmed red & backed in rose on much dividing upright branches; very soft pink blossoms--certainly one of the most reliable heirloom Begonias. Very strong grower, remaining a charmer in any window.
Stock Number: 56790
Old favorite with short thick stems supporting wide flat richly haired/pelted leaves with depressed veins; long season sprays of white flowers fading to pearl. Lovely "Bombay Begonia"
Stock Number: 56156
(shrub) "Peanut Brittle Begonia." Shiny, crinkled leaves on arching erect stems; sprays of wintertime pink flowers. Heirloom Caribbean species. Remaining a favorite houseplant because it persists in less than ideal growing conditions.
Stock Number: 56526
(sempervirens shrub) This is a large statured heat tolerant seed strain selection with unusually large scarlet flower clusters emerging from arched stems studded with cheerful wing shaped foliage.Much used in summertime outdoor planters (and often appearing at nurseries specializing in spring bedding plants); of limite...
Stock Number: 65341
(semituberous) Attractive selection of the famous "Maple Leaf" Begonia from Africa: the satiny leaves retain their lovely juvenile silver dappling even as becomes more mature; white flowers are toned with lime. Very slow growing petite shrublet; responding to the culture for the similar B. partita.
Stock Number: 56289
(upright rhizomatous) Palm-like olive green leaves with blush beneath arise from a thick surface rhizome; green toned white blossom clusters all spring. Larger and greener than B. thiemei; but much smaller than "Big Mac."
Stock Number: 56706
(shrub) Marvelous shrubby Brazilian species with glossy slim leaves closely held to give a ferny delicate effect; the look enhanced by many dangling white flowers accented by odd white hairs on the backs of the tepals. Of easy culture, adding a lovely willowy whispy accent to any collection of Begonias. Popular with ho...
Stock Number: 56038
(rhizomatous) "Whirlpool Begonia" "Ramshorn Beefsteak Begonia" Both ends of the leaf spiral inward to suggest mirrored corkscrews and highlight the red underside; unusual yet vigorous specimen. Heirloom favorite.
Stock Number: 56037
(rhizomatous) "Beefsteak Beg." Waxy lurtrous kidney shaped rounded leaves reddish beneath. Easy and reliable and beautiful AND the one probably flourishing on your grandmother's windowsill. This most ordered of all the Begonias we offer is an heirloom hybrid of the Mexican species manicata x hydrocotifolia.
Stock Number: 56701
[rex] Large whorled leaves in chocolate, champagne, silver and pewter tones. Needs high humidity and very even temperatures so that a large terrarium would make the perfect home. Sold with PPAF tag. A highly promoted "rex" type which, while stunningly beautiful, constitutes a considerable challenge to growers not famil...
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