Begonia U679

Begonia U679

Begonia U679 was assigned February 12, 2021, and is a shrub-like species with upright growth from the Kapuas Hulu area of West Kalimantan in Indonesian Borneo. The stems and petioles are deep red. This color is also seen in the primary veins where the leaves attach....

Registering a Cultivar – Frequently asked questions.

Pollination Seed Development Seed Germination 1st transplant 2nd transplant Frequently asked questions What does registration mean to the hybridizer?When you register your cultivar with the American Begonia Society you are recognized both in our historic list of...
Virtual Tour Ft. Worth Botanic Garden Begonia Collection

Virtual Tour Ft. Worth Botanic Garden Begonia Collection

Rows and rows of beautiful begonias in just one of the Begonia greenhouses at the FWBG. On March 19, 12:00 PM Eastern, ABS will present a virtual tour of the spectacular Fort Worth Botanic Garden (FWBG) Begonia Collection and Begonia Species Bank. Known for housing...
Begonia ‘White Ice’

Begonia ‘White Ice’

Begonia ‘White Ice’ At this wintery time of year, we celebrate the chilly temps with a photo of Begonia ‘White Ice,’ a cane-like cultivar known for being a vigorous Begonia. Its leaves are deep green in color and covered with white spots that...
Species Spotlight B. goldingiana

Species Spotlight B. goldingiana

Begonia goldingiana in situ. | Photo Credit: Ludovic Kollman Begonia goldingiana is a South American Begonia species named after Jack Golding, an active ABS member from 1969-2009 and for over 40 years the ABS expert on Begonia nomenclature until his passing in 2009....
SW Region Get-Together 2022

SW Region Get-Together 2022

The Begonia Collection at Fort Worth Botanic Garden is an amazing and diverse group of species and cultivars. It has to be seen to be believed! Save the Date! The Southwest Region Get-Together will be held at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden (FWBG), Ft. Worth, Texas,...

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