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Begonia - Boston Cherries and Chocolate

The Begonia Boston Cherries and Chocolate, 'Begonia rex hybrids', a Great American Cities Begonias, are grown for their colorful textured leaves. The Boston Cherries and Chocolate Begonia has chocolate colored leaves with cherry colored spots. Very

Begonia - Chicago Fire

The Begonia Chicago Fire, 'Begonia rex hybrids', a Great American Cities Begonias, are grown for their colorful textured leaves. The Chicago Fire has purple and green colored leaves with silver markings. Very attractive! The Rex Begonias are kings of the Begonia World, that's why they are called Rex because that in Latin means king. These type of begonias display wildly varied leaves streaked, bordered, spotted, and splotched by many colors. They also flower, but usually the flowers are overshadowed by the striking foliage. The growth habit of Rex begonias is mounding and compact in nature. Hanging baskets suit the plant's requirement for good air circulation. Lower light and cooler temperatures will really bring out the color in Rex begonias leaves and high light will cause all colors to fade. The soil must be well drained.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

Begonia - Denver Lace

The Begonia Denver Lace, 'Begonia rex hybrids', a Great American Cities Begonias, are grown for their colorful textured leaves. The Denver Lace has green colored leaves with purple and white markings. Very attractive! The Rex Begonias are kings of the Begonia World, that's why they are called Rex because that in Latin means king. These type of begonias display wildly varied leaves streaked, bordered, spotted, and splotched by many colors. They also flower, but usually the flowers are overshadowed by the striking foliage. The growth habit of Rex begonias is mounding and compact in nature. Hanging baskets suit the plant's requirement for good air circulation. Lower light and cooler temperatures will really bring out the color in Rex begonias leaves and high light will cause all colors to fade. The soil must be well drained.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

Begonia - Dragon Wing Pink

The Begonia Dragon Wing Pink, 'Begonia x hybrida', is a beautiful shade plant growing up to 15 inches tall with a a spread of up to 18 inches. Dragon Wing Pink Begonias perform very well in the landscape with excellent heat tolerance and garden performance. Dragon Wing Pink is part of a new series that is very heat tolerant and has wing-like, glossy green leaves. It's an excellent companion with other annuals in containers and hanging baskets. The Dragon Wing works great in full sun but the look in partial shade is absolutely awesome. These plants bloom almost constantly and have angel-wing shaped, dark green leaves that are spectacularly glossy with huge panicles of pink flowers hanging down. This plant is ideal for hanging baskets on the front porch or in large containers. Begonia Dragon Wings prefer planting beds that are well drained and organic-rich.

Begonia - Dragon Wing Red

The Begonia Dragon Wing Red, 'Begonia x hybrida', is a beautiful shade plant growing up to 15 inches tall with a a spread of up to 18 inches. Dragon Wing Pink Begonias perform very well in the landscape with excellent heat tolerance and garden performance. Dragon Wing Pink is part of a new series that is very heat tolerant and has wing-like, glossy green leaves. It's an excellent companion with other annuals in containers and hanging baskets. The Dragon Wing works great in full sun but the look in partial shade is absolutely awesome. These plants bloom almost constantly and have angel-wing shaped, dark green leaves that are spectacularly glossy with huge panicles of red flowers hanging down. This plant is ideal for hanging baskets on the front porch or in large containers. Begonia Dragon Wings prefer planting beds that are well drained and organic-rich.

Begonia - Maui Mist

The Begonia Maui Mist, 'Begonia rex hybrids', a Great American Cities Begonias, are grown for their colorful textured leaves. The Maui Mist has red colored leaves with light green markings. Very attractive! The Rex Begonias are kings of the Begonia World, that's why they are called Rex because that in Latin means king. These type of begonias display wildly varied leaves streaked, bordered, spotted, and splotched by many colors. They also flower, but usually the flowers are overshadowed by the striking foliage. The growth habit of Rex begonias is mounding and compact in nature. Hanging baskets suit the plant's requirement for good air circulation. Lower light and cooler temperatures will really bring out the color in Rex begonias leaves and high light will cause all colors to fade. The soil must be well drained.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

Begonia - New York Swirl

The Begonia New York Swirl, 'Begonia rex hybrids', a Great American Cities Begonias, are grown for their colorful textured leaves. The New york Swirl has silver and purple colored leaves. Very attractive! The Rex Begonias are kings of the Begonia World, that's why they are called Rex because that in Latin means king. These type of begonias display wildly varied leaves streaked, bordered, spotted, and splotched by many colors. They also flower, but usually the flowers are overshadowed by the striking foliage. The growth habit of Rex begonias is mounding and compact in nature. Hanging baskets suit the plant's requirement for good air circulation. Lower light and cooler temperatures will really bring out the color in Rex begonias leaves and high light will cause all colors to fade. The soil must be well drained.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

Begonia - Omaha Beefsteak

The Begonia Omaha Beefsteak, 'Begonia rex hybrids', a Great American Cities Begonias, are grown for their colorful textured leaves. The Omaha Beefsteak has blood red leaves with a dark purple center. Very attractive! The Rex Begonias are kings of the Begonia World, that's why they are called Rex because that in Latin means king. These type of begonias display wildly varied leaves streaked, bordered, spotted, and splotched by many colors. They also flower, but usually the flowers are overshadowed by the striking foliage. The growth habit of Rex begonias is mounding and compact in nature. Hanging baskets suit the plant's requirement for good air circulation. Lower light and cooler temperatures will really bring out the color in Rex begonias leaves and high light will cause all colors to fade. The soil must be well drained.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

Begonia - Seattle Twist

The Begonia Seattle Twist, 'Begonia rex hybrids', a Great American Cities Begonias, are grown for their colorful textured leaves. The Seattle Twist haslight green leaves with a purple center. Very attractive! The Rex Begonias are kings of the Begonia World, that's why they are called Rex because that in Latin means king. These type of begonias display wildly varied leaves streaked, bordered, spotted, and splotched by many colors. They also flower, but usually the flowers are overshadowed by the striking foliage. The growth habit of Rex begonias is mounding and compact in nature. Hanging baskets suit the plant's requirement for good air circulation. Lower light and cooler temperatures will really bring out the color in Rex begonias leaves and high light will cause all colors to fade. The soil must be well drained.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

Begonia - Sinbad

The Begonia Sinbad, Proven Selection, 'Begonia x hybrid', is a beautiful antique variety that is just the thing for part sun conditions. The pretty pink flowers bloom all summer atop attractive green foliage overlaid with silver. Begonias prefer dryer shade conditions and are perfect under an overhang or porch roof. It's an excellent companion with other annuals in containers and hanging baskets. These plants perform best when soil temperatures are above 60°F and when planted in flowerbeds. They should not be subjected to more than ½ day of sun as they will not tolerate a full sun setting. Too much shade however, may cause the plants to become soft and less prolific in bloom.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.

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