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Terry Murfreesboro, TN (Zone 7a) Dinu contributed this photo of a lovely begonia to the Plants Database - can someone tell us what species it is?
Thanks in advance...
REDROSE New Iberia, LA (Zone 9a) It is begonia and your is darker leaf and mine lighter green leaf but not really look same shape... much like same flower like mine.
Calalily Deep South Coastal, TX (Zone 10a) Vols, it looks like some kind of Rex begonia.
Terry Murfreesboro, TN (Zone 7a) Thanks, Cala!
Dinu Mysore India (Zone 10a) I have checked in a book in the meantime and mine must be B.Cleopatra. See
Roselaine North Vancouver, BC (Zone 8a) I was just to volunteer that info..mine has just begun blooming inside..Elaine
MaVieRose High Desert, CA (Zone 8a) Dinu... ur link did not work for me, i found this site instead...
edited to add another link... http://www.plantcare.com/catalog/tepPlantPage.php?PlantId=16...
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busybee Kentwood, LA (Zone 8b) In a house plants book that I have it shows one like that and it is called B.boweri (eyelash begonia) leaves deep emerald green with black edging with stiff hairs on leaf edges and leaf stalks.Makes tiny shell pink flowers on 4-6 in. long stalks in latewinter and early spring.
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