Typically used as houseplants and in shaded summer beds, begonias have tropical and subtropical origins. Some are grown for their asymmetrical, patterned and variegated foliage, and others to add color to shady garden areas with their bright blooms. Although typically on the smaller side, begonia plants pack a big punch of color and interest.
|Common Name:||Wax Begonias or Bedding Begonias|
|Botanical Name:||Begonia cucullata|
|Native To:||Brazil, Mexico|
|Bloom Time:||All spring and summer|
|Soil:||Loam, Clay, Sand, Moist|
|Watering:||Thrice per day|