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Double Orange Begonia is a shade-tolerant beauty that ignites the late garden with fiery orange, double blooms. Growing 10-12” tall, Double Orange is the perfect choice for small-s...
Red Cascading Begonia is a compact plant that forms small, crimson-colored blooms in spades. Flowers shoot skywards and spill over container sides, creating a fully-rounded shape. Th...
Double Yellow Begonia is a camellia-flowered beauty that delivers rich begonia texture in lush a buttery yellow. Great in containers and shaded beds, use this begonia to create an in...
The Odorata Begonia Mix has lightly fragranced double flowers in shades of pink, white and red that start blooming in mid-summer and last until frost. Shaded or partly-shaded decks ...
Double Scarlet Begonias are a striking sight, with huge, full flowers that bloom in a brilliant scarlet red. Ideal in window boxes, containers or shady beds, plant these colorful bea...
The flowerheads on this knockout Double White Begonia resemble camellias, with pristine, pure white petals that are packed to the hilt. A perfect plant to light up your shade garden ...
The Cascading Begonia Mix produces blooms of peach, pink, yellow, red and white that tumble down the sides of patio pots and hanging baskets, creating an upbeat display of season-lon...
Double Pink begonias produce large, deep, warm pink blossoms that resemble camellia flowers. A perfect choice to brighten up a shady corner or lend charm to a patio sitting area. (Be...
Picotee Begonia Mix delivers a stunning collection of 3 different two-toned begonias with colorful, scalloped edging. This mixture is perfect for planting in a container and will pro...
'Crispa Marginata' is a unique begonia that produces full white blooms edged in crimson red. Very showy and ideal for containers, let these blooms illuminate your garden or favorite ...
Double 'Bouton de Rose' Begonias are known for their delicate flowers that resemble full, lush roses. The petals are white, edged in true red, and surround an eye-catching center clu...
Yellow-Red Picotee Begonia is one of our most popular begonias, with glowing yellow petals trimmed in a brilliant peachy-red. Plant this one where you can enjoy the flowers up close....
Begonias are beautiful spring bloomers that offer rich color all season long. Requiring shade and regular feeding, most people grow them in patio pots, window boxes, or other places where they can be easily tended. They're also perfectly happy in the ground in shady areas, as long as the soil is rich and well-watered. Begonia blooms can reach a spectacular 5 or 6" across, appearing on short plants that are rarely over a foot tall. Many gardeners start the plants indoors in pots, and they can also be taken in and enjoyed as houseplants when frost threatens in the fall.