There are currently 15 names in this directory beginning with the letter H.
A triangular, arrowhead shape with the basal lobes turned slightly flaring outward making the base look truncate
Plants with no persistent woody stems above ground including many perennials and nearly all annuals and biennials
A group of hybrid begonias derived from a cross of a winter flowering B. socotrana and a summer flowering tuberous Begonia tuberhybrida, often called Elatior begonias (the Elatior strain is now largely forgotten), but now the name Rieger applies to them all
Bearing long, dense, erect harshly stiff or rigid hairs, but somewhat flexuous, like setose but more dense
The single specimen designated as the type of a species by the original author at the time the species name and description was published
Capped, as in Begonia anthers where tissue from the sides of the pollen sac forms a cap or hood over the point of dehiscence, where the content or pollen is released
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