Rhizomatous begonias

Rhizomatous Begonias are the largest group in cultivation. There are well over 700 known species and hundreds of cultivars both named and un-named. As the name suggests, these begonias have a rhizome that is essentially a thickened stem. The following are examples of some rhizomatous begonias which 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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