Trailing-Scandent begonias

Trailing-Scandent begonias are mainly for hanging baskets and pots where they can over-hang and display their foliage and flowers. These plants have long, flexible tendrils and send up additional basal shoots in spring. These, when established, branch readily so that mature plants are full and bushy. The following are some examples of trailing-scandent begonias grown by Melbourne Begonia Society members.

Cane-Like | Rex | Rhizomatous | Semi-Tuberous | Semperflorens | Shrub-Like |
Thick-Stemmed | Trailing-Scandent | Tuberous

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