Stock Number: 56093
(tuberous) Finely cut nearly palmate leaves & attractive caudiform base make this compact species a favorite for "Begonia Bonsai." Now more correct as dregii 'Partita.'
Stock Number: 56096
(upright trunk) Succulent rangy tall trunks hold fleshy silver-pelted leaves which become thick and waxy during winter cycle if excess humidity is avoided; clusters of white flowers. Needs bright light and good air movement to succeed. Works well when grown with your succulent collection. This is a long term project.
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Stock Number: 56894
(cane) Stout stems bend from clusters of simidouble pink flower clusters perfect with the glossy deep dark green angel wing leaves blushed chocolate red beneath. Seriously popular--must have its own facebook page.
Stock Number: 56751
(rhizomatous) Rounded cut edged leaves reaching impressive dimensions becoming a showstopper because the dark maroon-cocoa leaves are held at an upright angle emphasizing the sangria red rouged underleaf & petiole. Clusters of pink blossoms late winter. This makes a statement--designers are now quite successfully a...
Stock Number: 56918
(upright rhizomatous) Thickly rhizomatous Honduran with elongated bright basil green leaves and clusters of white winter blossoms. Vigorous.
Stock Number: 56347
(rhizomatous) Remarkable big & brassy architectural wonder: Rose red fleshy petioles branch to hold a whorl of textured segments of basil green (coppery pumpkin in full sun) shimmery leaflets, each developing a whirlpool form--dramatic heavily textured ramshorns of foliage drama.Clusters of pale winter blossoms. Th...
Stock Number: 56355
(rhizomatous) Shimmery coppery metalic sheened foliage with tones of deep green blushed rosy umber; dramatic ruby red underleaf revealed by being held high by elongated petioles. Easy; fast; flashy.
Stock Number: 56704
(shrub) Vigorous bright "Green Holly" shrub with large white to rose tinted flower clusters--perfect in patio containers & large baskets; at home on any windowsill. This can easily also be used as a smaller hanging basket plant.
Stock Number: 56237
(shrub) Redish-tinged coppery glossy wing-like leaves thick on arching/cascading stems make this a popular hanging basket subject; white to rose flowers. Possibly the least demanding Begonia for the visual punch--equally happy as a houseplant, a stunning greenhouse showoff, or a willing bloomer in any urn or windowbox ...
Stock Number: 56770
(upright rhizomatous) Unmistakably a "subtle giant" with wide rounded fleshy waxy leaves with cloudy surfaces varicolored ochres, olives, and dusky avocado.Can become massive in time and thus quite popular as a landscape subject in the tropics.
Stock Number: 56114
(shrub) "Elephant Ear Beg." Great furry leaves on succulent stems emerge from "Rattlesnake Skin" bracts. Handsome specimen. Price reflects the extra care demanded in packing this gorgeous giant.
Stock Number: 56116
(sempervirens) "Sunspot Wax Beg." Creamy yellow mottled waxy glossy leaves a backdrop to the constant soft pink flowers freely produced; try under lights or in outdoor beds. As so many patio and deck container designers ask for this to be included in collections, we decided to list it again!
Stock Number: 56725
(sempervirens)"Hardy Wax Begonia" Appears to be an unusually full statured, dark foliaged "Wax Begonia" with easily produced rose pink (to red) blossoms; but beneath the soil it forms real tubers--has survived short shots of zero degress in Atlanta (of course, the soil was not frozen).We repeat this; we do not guarente...
Stock Number: 56359
(sempervirens) The lovely "Double Red Wax Begonia" nearly constantly producing clusters of marble sized flowers against the glossy succulent purple toned foliage. The totally retro Victorian begonia.
Stock Number: 56727
(upright rhizomatous) Impressively statured apple green leaves with darker margins curiously emerge shrimp pink from the thick rhizome. Adept at filling its pot quickly, then it's urn, then its own hanging basket. Showy winter blossoms.
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Stock Number: 56125
(rhizomatous) Very thick surface rhizomes support the dramatically sized quilted leaves of bright yellow ochre, held aloft on thick succulent petioles righly haired. Give this one room. Equally impressive indoors or in your patio containers where its ochre gold coloring is amazing as an upright echo of Ipomea 'Margarit...
Stock Number: 59422
(rz or trailing/scandent) Very lovely low statured primadonna with very wide rich cinnamon green pebbled (cordate outline with bullate surface) leaves, reddish beneath, accented with pale lime veins. Extremely popular Brazilian with white flowers for designers of wardian cases and large terrariums--and for lite gardene...
Stock Number: 56447
(rz) Compact habit: pinkish toned leaves with rose veins and reddish umber edges. Worley hyb.
Stock Number: 56524
(rex) Silver pink spiral with emerald edge and radiating line starburst centers, giving a stained glass effect; will take a summer rest if too warm, but less likely to undergo extended dormancy periods than most rex hybrids--nonetheless, a rex and thus a prima dona.
Stock Number: 56310
(tuberous) Erect stems hold purple blushed leaves. If kept cool, this lovely species will drop its foliage; only to quickly resprout from the subsurface caudex-like base and soon present its pink flowers.
Stock Number: 56386
Succulant angled trunks present many small rounded olive leaves in neat ranks. Easily grown heirloon hybrid.
Stock Number: 56783
(cane) Dramatic stalks with ginger green leaves surfaced silver with clusters of winter blossoms. Slow to establish. Seems a bit large for its name--or perhaps teen angels look a bit different nowadays.
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Stock Number: 56134
(rhizomatous) The well known, deservedly popular "Palmleaf Beg." Seven to ten glossy serrated leaflets per petiole; maroon beneath unfurl from a very thick rhizome which typically leaves the soil line for the sky. Attractive greenish hued flower clusters upon heavy stalks. Excellent indoor pot plant; recently discovere...
Stock Number: 56136
(shrub) Glossy bronzed fleshy leaves, ornately haired, a dusky rich chilli red beneath carried on upright succulent stems; this is the old Easterbrook clone with large shell pink blossoms mid winter with cerise "whiskers." Needs air movement. Still quite popular as a windowsill houseplant because it thrives.
Stock Number: 56234
(rhizomatous) Compact, thick-foliaged Frieling hybrid of B. `Tiger Kitten' x `Persian Brocade.' Excellent for windowsill or will spill forth the rusty orange patterned leaves from a hanging basket.
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Stock Number: 56512
(rhizomatous) More vigorous far more compact seedling of 'Tiger Kitten'
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Stock Number: 56251
(cane/shrub) Silver strewn slim leaves, typically ornamented with a silvery tip; small pink flowers slightly toned orange. Somewhat larger statured than the very similar albo-picta.
Stock Number: 54059
(cane) Bright red flower (blushed salmon) clusters on stout short stems flanked with thick emerald angelwing leaves revealing red laquered undersides. While a compactly statured Cane, not a true dwarf. We consider this the most dependably performing compact cane Begonia. Easy to bloom, easy to grow.
Stock Number: 56262
(rhizomatous) Frieling's hybrid of incana x nelumbifolia; thick crisp glossy apple green leaves open to form large ovals with darker areas along veins highlighting the dramatic scrufty felted surface; flourishes in very exposed places, even full sun. Enjoys a questionable reputation often beyond our resources to produc...
Stock Number: 56722
[rex] Slow growing compact heavy foliage; silvery blushed pink leaves with dark maroon cocoa at center and olive toned splotches along the border. Must have adequate humidity and evenly indirect light to achieve perfect foliage. Not a houseplant, yet far more evergreen than most of the Rex tribe.