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Wax Begonia from seed, mutant plant

West Babylon, NY(Zone 7a)

This plant grew sparse petals but no reproductive parts!

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Decatur, GA

Funny, I don't think of begonias as cactus or succulents. Pretty color though.

West Babylon, NY(Zone 7a)

I read the leaves fall under succulents.

Tucker, GA

Those appear to be male flowers that are not fully opened. If this is a young seed grown plant , I would expect more flower clusters containing both male and female flowers as the plant matures.

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