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Plant Identification: SOLVED: can anyone tell me which begonia this one is?

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Villa Rica, GA
(Zone 7b)

October 11, 2001
2:02 AM

Post #15716

I have asked everyone I can think of, but so far, no one knows. Thanks, Jackie

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October 11, 2001
2:23 AM

Post #144316

Little Rock, AR
(Zone 7a)

October 11, 2001
2:26 AM

Post #144320

Hey Jackie - I'm surely no expert on begonias, but could it be one of the Angel Wing begonias.


Murfreesboro, TN
(Zone 7a)

October 11, 2001
2:40 AM

Post #144324

I'm no expert either, but here's a whole slew of Angelwing Begonia photos:
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
(Zone 7a)

October 11, 2001
3:14 AM

Post #144343

Yep it's an Angelwing Begonia. I just haven't a clue as to the variety. I have the same exact one. It is growing like crazy. When it gets leggy just cut it back and put the cutting in some water and you will have a new plant in no time. I got a cutting from my mother on easter and the thing is huge now. I am going to have to cut it back, but I think I will wait for spring.
Georgetown, TX
(Zone 8a)

October 11, 2001
7:38 AM

Post #144438

I have had Angel Wing reach 8' tall, and the bloom panicles were easily 12" long. But they must be supported early, and care must be taken not to break the crisp stems.

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Villa Rica, GA
(Zone 7b)

October 11, 2001
6:12 PM

Post #144700

Thanks everyone for your help. I think that it's an angel wing, but it's driving me nuts trying to figure out just which one it is, lol. That pic is about 4 months old and you are right, it has gotten really big. Right now I have it in a hanging basket, so I guess I am suppose to put it in a bucket and stake it, right? I would love to see one of these babies get 8 feet tall. I have a Bubbles angelwing that is about 4 feet tall and I thought I was doing good with it, grin. Just goes to show that even us old timers can learn a thing or two.
Petaluma, CA

October 11, 2001
8:32 PM

Post #144759


There are lots of them out there! Angelwings are also sometimes referred to as cane type begonias.
Hope this helps

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