Begonia burkillii

Begonia burkillii

B. burkillii (gray/green form) | Photo: Rick Schoellhorn MEMBER NAME: In Search of Small Things SPECIES NAME: Begonia burkillii Begonia burkillii is a variable species, with multiple forms in cultivation and some more that have been solely observed in situ. It is...
Begonia versicolor

Begonia versicolor

Credit: Darrin Norton, @Mountain Orchids  MEMBER NAME: In Search of Small Things SPECIES NAME: Begonia versicolor It is a Rhizomatous species native to Central China. “Leslie Woodriff called it the “Fairy Carpet” begonia because of the velvety appearance of its dark...
Begonia vankerckhovenii

Begonia vankerckhovenii

MEMBER NAME: In Search of Small Things SPECIES NAME: Begonia vankerckhovenii [1] SHADE, SEMI-SHADE, SUN, TERRARIUM, FLUORESCENT LIGHTS This species is suited to terrarium culture, and will go limp in short time if left in open air conditions. I grow mine under...
Begonia U476

Begonia U476

B. U476 | Photo: Don Miller MEMBER NAME: In Search of Small Things SPECIES NAME: Begonia U476 [1] SHADE, SEMI-SHADE, SUN, TERRARIUM, FLUORESCENT LIGHTS This is a terrarium species or greenhouse species, with somewhat thick but tender leaves. My plants are grown under...
Begonia sizemoreae

Begonia sizemoreae

B. sizemoreae | Photo: Steve’s Leaves MEMBER NAME: In Search of Small Things SPECIES NAME: Begonia sizemoreae [1] SHADE, SEMI-SHADE, SUN, TERRARIUM, FLUORESCENT LIGHTS I have grown this species primarily in terrarium conditions, under LED lights of 1800 lumens,...
Begonia ningmingensis

Begonia ningmingensis

B. ningmingensis (dark form) | Photo: Linda P. Tamblyn B. ningmingensis var. bella | Photo: Steve’s Leaves MEMBER NAME: In Search of Small Things SPECIES NAME: Begonia ningmingensis There are multiple forms of ningmingensis including a dark form, a form from...