There are over 200 different species and many cultivars of cane-like begonias. Their ornamental value is appreciated and their large and usually long-lasting pendulous flower clusters are widely admired. Cane-like begonias are a great garden plant and need not be confined to pot culture. They have erect or semi-erect stems with swollen nodes similar to bamboo. Most send up new shoots from the base of the plant. There are many leaf shapes and colours varying from dark to light green. Silver and white dots and splashes are prominent on many. The following are examples of cane-like begonias members of the Melbourne Begonia Society grow.
Cane-Like | Rex | Rhizomatous | Semi-Tuberous | Semperflorens | Shrub-Like |
Thick-Stemmed | Trailing-Scandent | Tuberous
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