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The Begonian - Volume 72


January/February 2005 

One of the places the editor missed visiting San Diego at Convention 2004 was Casa Pacifica and seeing Johanna Zinn's photos would make anyone regret it. There were begonias everywhere!



March/April 2005

Doug Bridgen's photo of Joyce Pridgen's B. 'White Ice', a Charles McGough hybrid.




May/June 2005 

Left: Closeup of Begonia pudica flowers.

Rekha Morris' latest quest and the begonias she found.



July/August 2005 

Kathleen Burt Utley shares this lovely shot of in its natural setting.

Longing to travel this summer? This issue should really whet your appetite! First we travel south with Rehka Morris and the Utley's. Or go to California to see the wonders of tuberous egonias. Or who would not want to go to Florida if the begonias there as as beautiful as they were at the annual Miami Branch Show. Or maybe you want to go afar - perhaps to India with our new contributor, E. S. Santhosh Kumar to have at last some answers about B. malabarica. Or maybe to Peru as Maureen O'Rielly sees species variation at first hand. I hope you will agree with the editor that this is a wonderful issue thanks to those who are sharing their adventures with us.



September/October 2005 

The Conservatory at the Ft. Worth Botanic Garden was lush during our convention visit and there we saw Begonia arborescens Raddi var. oxyphylla (Syn. B. oxyphylla).

ABS Convention/Soweths Region Get-together 2005 "Begonia Madness" brought many of us who are made for begonias to Dallas in May for an outstanding meeting. Inside find all about the great Show, the tours, the seminars and more.



November/December 2005 

Part of the landscaped display in the Begonia House, Glasgow Botanic Gardens. For more, see the article on the MacIntyre Begonia Trusts. And look at that B. luxurians! Photo by David Menzies.

This Holiday Issue is once again brought to you in large part by the gifts fo the ABS Branches and individual members in support of the Begonian From these contributors and all members of the Begonian staff come our very best wishes for the coming holidays. May your begonias look the very best for the holidays and in the coming year!


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