Stock Number: 56056
(rex) Unique upright miniature with extremely monstrose, cupped leaves flecked with coral & silver; prefers a winter rest. Can be difficult unless grown in a terrarium or wardian case.
Stock Number: 56091
(rz) Hairy star-shaped leaves richly splattered with cabbage green & slashed with cider toned ochre to accent the richly undulating surface. A true performer; out of Ken Frieling's Hocking Series and thus a challenge to kill.
Stock Number: 56059
(rz / rex) Fabulous silvered Begonia crestibruchii mimic. This is available from time to time--always available unless yet another blog declares it the most fab of the rococo period. Fabulous platinum silver leaves trumpet erectly with flourishes of crested ruffles; best in cool conditions. If your summers are markedly...
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Stock Number: 56204
(rz) Vigorous, impudent rhizomes thrust outward, bearing rounded dark heavy leaves with pale straw starburst veins to emphasize the deep damask surface; crimson mahogany toned underleaf; clusters of white flowers. Frieling hybrid of larger stature than 'Comedian.'.
Stock Number: 56880
(rz) Easily grown "Bling Star Begonia" Frieling hybrid with heracleifolia parent: bold decoratively haired petioles arching out from the heavy rhizomes to present showy star-shaped leaves of dark mustard green richly designed with sheen of cocoa mahogany patterns.
Stock Number: 56408
(scandent cane) Very unusual creature selected by Tom Winn from a cross of 'Reece's Orange" and 'Splotches'--low arched yet supple stems ranked with brightly speckled angel wing leaves; clusters of shy to bloom pink-orange flowers. Unique.
Stock Number: 45674
(rhizomatous) "David's Begonia" Bold hairy petioles joust big heavily textured basil green leaves with shimmery surface and showy stary spokes (along veins) with random overlay of maroon heiroglyphs. Named for David Morris. Brassy and bold.
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Stock Number: 56882
(rhizomatous) Very compact mound of tightly double whirlpooled leaves dramatically designed with an olive green base slashed with deep mahogany margins; rich red mascara tones garnishing the glossy underleaf are revealed by the ever upward gyring foliage. Frieling hybrid with 'Ken's Kandy' as the seed parent.
Stock Number: 56437
(upright rhizomatous) Frieling hybrid flaunting rich lime green erectly furled leaves held aloft by red stems accented with red veins to give a very Art Noveau effect. Unique appearance heightened if grown in a cobalt blue bonsai pot. This is the one show judges love--arguably athe ikbal of the Hocking series.
Stock Number: 56258
(rhizomatous) Impressive shimmery solid bronze-green star leaves. Thick surface rhizomes with tall stalks displaying large clusters of B. theimei's lime flowers; glossy leaves reveal B. hidalgensis (dayii) seed parent blood. Specimen Frieling hybrid typically in short supply; so best to check availability before orderi...
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Stock Number: 56487
(rhizomatous) Tightly whorled leaves, ending in sharp edges, richly patterned in umber & cinnamon. Frieling hybrid.
Stock Number: 56496
(upright rhizomatous) Strong stems hold dramatic leaves, unfurling from small parsley green cups into wide heavily veined leaves dramatically fringed with a frothy edge; reaches a third of the size of parent 'Crestabruchii.' (And the ONLY seedling Frieling has managed to grow from this parent.) if you love the fabulous...
Stock Number: 56411
(rhizomatous) Very compact mound of tightly held small whirlpooled leaves of rich bright green patterned mahogany-violet; the furled foliage reveals the purpled underleaves. Frieling hybrid of 'Hocking Coquette' x 'Roulette' which can be in short supply.
Stock Number: 56498
(rhizomatous) A dramatic Frieling hybrid: heavy rhizomes support showy hairy petioles holding aloft big chocolate castor bean leaves with their dramatic star like pointed lobes (of B. heracleifolia parent pollen) edged & freckled bold army green. Major pink fls in January. A very distinct appearance; strong undeman...
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Stock Number: 56515
(rhizomatous) Incised leaves of violent lime richly freckled with pine green and dusky mahogany. Frieling hybrid.
Stock Number: 56307
(rhizomatous) Heavily textured leaves, cinnamon with apple green highlights, has durability of 'Lopse' parent; pale pink flowers. Frieling hybrid at Glasshouse Works--has become a mainstay in collections. Colorful thick textured leaves in a compact habit; tolerant of lower humidity than most of its kin.
Stock Number: 56729
(rhizomatous) Dramatic upright furled deep chocolate leaves forming red backed trumpets with erect tipped accordion pleats with pale green veins. Very decidedly vertical and thus most dramatic. Winter clusters of giant white blossoms add distinction to this Frieling creation.
Stock Number: 56702
(rhizomatous) Heavy substanced deep burbon bronzed starburst leaves with dark shimmery surfaces accented with deep carmine reverses. Many white winter flowers fading to shell pink. A Frieling hybrid which seems to be appearing under various velvet names!
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Stock Number: 56710
(rhizomatous) Endearingly pelted (haired) small spiraled leaves of dark mahogany green with pale honeydew toned radiating veins; compact habit with stems bending under clusters of soft pink winter blossoms. Ken Frieling hybird from 'Hocking Shockwave.'
Stock Number: 56478
(cane) Impressive clusters of fragrant salmon-pink dangling blossoms; elegant long angel wing leaves angle out on the stout erect cane stems. Achieves impressive dimensions in time. We do not make claims about the scent, believing that subtle scents reside in the nose of the beholder, not the vendor. Certainly on...
Stock Number: 56023
(rhizomatous) Giant basil green leaves in a heracleifolia outline outthrust on haired petioles anchored on thick surface rhizomes. Not for the timid; not for the faint of heart.
Stock Number: 56061
(trailing) "Carpet Begonia." Procumbent stems hold pebbly bronze and silver-streaked leaves; prefers filtered light, cool location to bring out amber tones and a terrarium home to keep the atmosphere stable. White winter blooming Mexican classic species--this horticultural selection seems more heat tolerant than ...
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Stock Number: 56292
)tuberous; thick stemmed) Erect maroon stalks rise from a slowly developing somewhat bulbous base (much larger than the similarly structured 'Little Brother Montgomery') which must not be covered, to support large showy deeply lobed leaves splashed with pewter. Easy: the name reflects its strength although this cultiva...
Stock Number: 56377
(cane) Large satiny deep green leaves, oddly cut & reddish beneath nearly overwhelm the short canes; free flowering--coral pink fragrant flowers all summer and fall. Star shaped foliage typically shows a pinkish eye sinus. One of the most reliable of the "Angelwing" tribe.
Stock Number: 65342
(rhizomatous) Very compact glossy deep olive green & mahogany starshaped leaves with ruby red reverse; a reliable Ziesenhene hybrid with pink flowers.
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Stock Number: 56765
(cane) Giant bamboo like canes rigidly ranked with large almost glossy olive angelwing leaves freckled silver, perfect with the dangling clusters of red blossoms. Needs elbow room.
Stock Number: 56387
A well known hybrid by Ken Frieling at the Glasshouse Works. "Celery Stalk" thick blanched erect petioles flare into double Ionic helixes of wide deep olive leaves nearly entirely netted deep chocolate-sienna; very congested habit typical of many recent 'Hocking Hybrid' series. Although most popular as a basic addition...
Stock Number: 56899
(thick trunked) Impressive tall stalks support not only silvery frosted deely lobed angelwing leaves, richly rouged beneath, but also pendant large clusters of fragrant pearly pink blossoms fading to white--but considerable patience is demanded to grow this to the maturity needed to bloom. Needs good humidity and adeqa...
Stock Number: 56270
(semi-tuberous) Attractive frilled dregii foliage and nearly everblooming white flowers once established and mature. This Frieling hybrid seems to have no real dormant cycle.
Stock Number: 56767
(cane) Impressive stalks display richly silver speckled angelwing leaves--the level of silver dot saturation is directly related to light intensity. Easier to establish than most canes.