Archive for the ‘Angel Wing Begonias’ Category
Looking Glass has cane type stems. The leaves are very large like an Angel Wing begonia and it grows very tall. Looking Glass also looks like it could be a Rex begonia because of the bright silver leaf and deep green center. But it couldn’t be a Rex begonia because it tolerates the extreme heat here in Texas!
I purchased this Angel Wing Begonia in San Antonio in May 2012 at the Southwest Begonia Get together. I have many white blooming Angel Wing Begonias but I had to have this one because it is called Tia Maria. That is my Aunts name; Maria. She use to love to come over and look at my begonias and episcias. She couldn’t grow house plants, but with my help she grew beautiful Begonias and episcias on her patio. She is no longer with us and I miss her very much.
This begonia blooms sprays of white flowers. The leaves are light green with lots of white spots. It is growing in my back yard underneath the trees.
This begonia blooms peach/orange flowers. The leaves are light green with white spots. I purchased this one in Dallas at one of the Southwest begonia get togethers. Very pretty flowers and easy to grow.
Douglas Nisbit is another one of my begonias that I purchased in Dallas at one of the Southwest Begonia get togethers. This begonia has Slim dark olive leaves and blooms clusters of light pink flowers. It is not a very large growing Angel Wing.
Just love the color of the flowers on this Angel Wing Begonia. The flowers are a coral color and the the leaves are medium to large; some leaves are lightly dusted with white spots.
The bright red flowers are just so pretty! I purchased this one in San Antonia at the Southwest Begonia get together. The leaves are a bright green with red edges.
The name of this Angel Wing Begonia is Castaway. Begonia Castaway has beautiful medium Dark olive leaves; the back of the leaves are red. This Angel Wing begonia blooms clusters of pink flowers. Compact grower.