Rex Cultorum

Rex Cultorum

Rex cultorum begonias, numbering 1 species and at least 4161 cultivars, are rhizomatous begonias with colorful and reflective silver, red, green, and purple toned leaves. Depending on the parentage, the leaves may be simple, maple leaf shaped, or jagged and bizarre;...
Cane Like

Cane Like

Cane begonias have been popular plants for many years. This is due to how easy they are to …

Rhizomatous

Rhizomatous

The rhizomatous types have colorful and patterned leaves with relatively compact growth. They have the added bonus of a massive display of spring flowers that can cover the entire plant. Rhizomatous begonias range in size from tiny miniatures to large plants such as...
Shrub-Like

Shrub-Like

The shrub-like Begonia type is quite variable and as a result can be confusing to identify as…

Thick-Stemmed Begonias

Thick-Stemmed Begonias

The thick-stemmed description is so variable, that there is no cohesive group of begonias that really exemplifies it…

Trailing-Scandent

Trailing-Scandent

The trailing types of Begonia are grown mostly as basket plants, so that their trailing habit will keep their flowers at eye-level. Some put on a spectacular show of flowers, usually in the spring. This is probably the least hybridized group of begonias. Most...