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The Begonian - Volume 70


January/February 2003 

This beautiful begonia is an unnamed seedling grown in Trinidad by Choon Maraj.



March/April 2003

Here is Begonia U425 which was collected by Scott Hoover who believes it may be a natural hybrid with Begonian isoptera.




May/June 2003 

Think this photo by Mary Bucholtz is if just another beautiful plan? Think again; this is a plantlet growing on a mature begonia leaf

Would you like to take a spring trip to see begonias? Well, you have the chance in this issue! First , take off to Mexico with Rekha Morris, then join Mary Bucholtz at Harmony Foliage in Florida. And visit England with Terry Tasker. Plus learn about B. crispula from Johanna Zinn and meed Francis Hunter of Florida. Enjoy your journey.



July/August 2003 

Take a peek into Johanna Zinn's prop box. Wouldn't you like to steal it away? Among the beauties there you may be able to spot in her photo are B. lanceolata, amphioxus, malachosticta, naumoniensis, prismatocapa, and 'Exotica'.



September/October 2003 

Convention Issue: Our Begonia Heritage

Johanna Zinn took this dramatic photo of B. ludwigii while touring Gene Salisbury's Tonkawa, OK greenhouse during the 2003 Convention. It is easy to see why this is one of his favorite begonias.

Read all about the 2003 ABS Convention held in April in Oklahoma City described to perfection by Janet Brown. There seemed to be more species winners than ever before and cultural awards were many. To round out this convention issue there are also papers included from the 2002 Association of Austrailian Begonia Society Convention held in Perth, Australia.



November/December 2003 

Here's a seal who really knows how to celebrate the holidays! He is the Seal Topiary at Cypress Gardens in Florida where Mary Bucholtz in this issue takes us to see begonias used in a bevy of colorful displays. He is composed of plants of the pink Semperfolrens B. 'Gin'.


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