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Hardy Begonia (pink flowering)

Price: $10
Size: 1 gallon pot
Light: Full to Part Sun
Type: Perennial
Thrives in sun or shade!
Photo by Summer Hill Seeds

Begonia grandis, commonly called hardy begonia, is a monoecious, tuberous-rooted, clump-forming perennial that typically forms a bushy mound of foliage to 2’ tall on branching stems. Large, obliquely ovate leaves (to 4” long) with cordate bases are medium to olive green above and reddish green with red veining beneath. Male and female pale pink flowers (to 1” across) bloom in pendent clusters (dichotomous cymes) from July to early fall. (Source: Missouri Botanical Garden)

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