Wax Begonia, Tuberous Begonia, Begonia hybrids
Begonia boliviensis, B. hybrida, B. semperflorens, B. tuberosa, B. tuberhybrida, B. x Benariensis
GRYPHON Begonia Begonia hybrida
Gryphon begonia requires little maintenance, and accepts drier conditions than other begonias of this type. Part sun to full shade. Grown as an annual, reaches 14-18 inches tall the first season. When overwintered indoors, can reach 4 feet tall or more the second season.
SAN FRANCISCO Begonia Begonia boliviensis
San Francisco begonia carries bright salmon-pink, bell-shaped flowers with petals turned out at the tips. Growth is mounding and spreading to 12-16 inches high and 16-20 inches across. A great performer in containers, hanging baskets, or the landscape.
Widely adapted, plants can thrive in areas with difficult growing conditions; plants tolerate heat, drought, and rain. Along with Santa Cruz Sunset begonia, awarded "Best in Show" at the 2015 North Carolina University Field Trials.
SANTA CRUZ SUNSET Begonia Begonia boliviensis
Santa Cruz Sunset begonia grows 12 to 16 inches high, 16 to 20 inches wide. Habit is mounding and trailing. Plants cover themselves in brilliant, 2-3 inch orange-red bell-shaped flowers. Petals are turned out at the tips.
Santa Cruz Sunset begonia is ideal for landscapes, hanging baskets, or containers. Plants are widely adapted, and can thrive in areas with challenging weather conditions. They show outstanding heat, drought, and rain tolerance. Awarded "Best in Show" at the 2015 North Carolina University Field Trials.
BADA BING Waxleaf Begonia Seeds Begonia semperflorens
Compact, 8-10 inch tall, green leaf plants flower about 1-2 weeks earlier than other leading begonia varieties, will continue blooming until hard frost. 'Bada Bing' begonias are easy to grow; thrive in sun or light shade, are weather resistant, tolerate a wide range of soil conditions (from dry to moist). An ideal choice for massing, particularly in beds that have both sunny and shady areas. Elegant when planted in containers.
BADA BING MIX Waxleaf Begonia
A formula mix of green leaf begonias covered in blooms of pink, rose, rose bicolor, scarlet, soft pink or white.
BADA BING PINK Waxleaf Begonia
Green leaf plants covered in soft, clear pink flowers.
BADA BOOM Waxleaf Begonia Seeds Begonia semperflorens
Compact, 8-10 inch tall, bronze leaf begonias flower 1-2 weeks earlier than other leading begonia varieties. Continue to bloom heavily until hard frost. Bada Boom begonias are easy to grow. Plants will thrive in both sun or light shade, in moist or dry soil. Bada Boom begonias are ideal choices for mass planting, especially in your difficult to plan beds that receive both hot sun and shade. Plants create an elegant appearance in containers.
BADA BOOM MIX Waxleaf Begonia
A formula mix of bronze leaf plants. Flowers in shades of pink, rose, rose bicolor, scarlet, and white.
BIG HYBRIDS Begonia Seeds Begonia x Benariensis
Huge, clusters of vivid, 2-3 inch flowers held above large, glossy foliage. Plants bloom all summer long. Big Hybrids are striking, stately plants; with fast, upward, graceful, arching growth. The earliest blooming, largest growing begonias in the world.
Big Hybrids are equally comfortable in sun or shade. Winner of Dallas Arboretum's "Flameproof" award for excellent heat tolerance. Use to mass in beds where impatiens, marigolds or geraniums have been used in the past. Will add quick color to your sunny or shady mixed borders. Big Hybrids are stunning accent plants in containers. Will grow to 20 inches tall in zones 7 and above. In Northern gardens average height is 12-18 inches tall.
BIG RED WITH BRONZE LEAF Begonia
Wow! Huge, fire-engine red flowers create a can not miss, bold look to your garden. Leaves glossy and deep bronze.
BIG RED WITH GREEN LEAF Begonia
GO GO HYBRIDS Tuberous Begonia Seeds Begonia tuberhybrida
The growth of Go Go hybrids begonias is fast, tight, and compact. Large, semi-double flowers brighten your partially sunny borders, beds, and containers over a very long season. Mounding, 8-10 inch tall plants with dark green foliage.
GO GO MIX Tuberous Begonia
Flowers in shades of soft pink, bright cherry, orange, red, rose, salmon, white, and bright yellow. You can have it all.
GO GO ORANGE Tuberous Begonia
Dark leaves highlight intense orange flowers.
GO GO CHERRY Tuberous Begonia
Cherry-red has never looked so good. Adds lively color to your featured beds or borders.
GO GO YELLOW Tuberous Begonia
Not so mellow yellow flowers. Flashy color to provide vivid contrast to your beds, borders, or containers.
ILLUMINATION Tuberous Begonia Seeds Begonia tuberhybrida
Illumination tuberous begonias are cascading, heat tolerant, easy to grow plants. Easily the showiest tuberous begonias we have seen! The best begonia series for hanging baskets. Illumination begonia flowers are large, semi-double and fully double. Provide filtered shade and moist soil. Enjoy the show.
ILLUMINATION APRICOT SHADES Tuberous Begonia
To die for shades of pale peach to deep cantaloupe. My favorite for sure. Don~
ILLUMINATION PEACHES 'N CREAM Tuberous Begonia
Well blended, delicious tropical shades of soft yellow to salmon-peach.
ILLUMINATION GOLDEN PICOTEE Tuberous Begonia
Designer shades of salmon, coral, gold, and orange. Certain to dazzle.
NON-STOP HYBRIDS Tuberous Begonia Seeds Begonia tuberhybrida
Jumbo, 4 inch, semi-double and double flowers within 4-5 months of sowing. Non-Stop Hybrids begonias are easy to grow. The 10 inch tall plants impress in filtered shade and moist soil.
NON-STOP APPLEBLOSSOM Tuberous Begonia
White flowers, blush pink reverses. Elegant.
NON-STOP ROSE PETTICOAT Tuberous Begonia
White flowers with deep rose picotee. earn applause.
NON-STOP MIX Tuberous Begonia
Apricot, red, golden-orange, orange, yellow, pink, rose, salmon, white, and scarlet flowers. Your top ten reasons to love Non-Stop begonias.
NON-STOP YELLOW Tuberous Begonia
Eye-popping, yellow blossoms.
How to Plant Begonia Seeds
Sow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil but do not cover. Light aids germination. Kept at 80°F., germination is in 14-60 days. Bottom-heat will improve results and is recommended. Transplant into the garden 10 to 17 inches apart.