Begonia rex


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Noun1.Begonia rex - any of numerous usually rhizomatous hybrid begonias derived from an East Indian plant having rough-textured leaves patterned in silver and bronze and purple and red-brown with inconspicuous flowersBegonia rex - any of numerous usually rhizomatous hybrid begonias derived from an East Indian plant having rough-textured leaves patterned in silver and bronze and purple and red-brown with inconspicuous flowers
begonia - any of numerous plants of the genus Begonia grown for their attractive glossy asymmetrical leaves and colorful flowers in usually terminal cymes or racemes
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| TAKE leaf cuttings from Begonia rex, African violets, cape primroses, crassula and kalanchoe.
Varieties such as Begonia fuchsioides can be used as summer climbers, while some new Begonia Rex have been bred for outdoor growing as well.
| Take leaf cuttings from houseplants such as Begonia rex, African violets and kalanchoe.
Tender indoor plants, such as African violets, Begonia rex and succulents, can be successfully raised by cutting a leaf and inserting it into compost.
cuttings Tender indoor plants, such as African violets, Begonia rex and succulents, can be successfully raised by cutting a leaf and inserting it into compost.
dogwoods If you want to increase your houseplant stock, leaf cuttings may be taken between spring and late autumn and are particularly suitable for propagating African violets, Begonia rex and streptocarpus.
Two of the most well known kinds are Begonia rex (or Rex begonia) and Rieger Begonia.
A THE two leaves you sent me are varieties of the king or painted-leaved begonias (Begonia rex) which should be kept in a light spot but not exposed to direct sunlight.
For instance, for a big floor pot use a tall plant, such as Yucca, Cordyline, Draceaena, Phoenix palm, Weeping Fig or rubber plant as the centrepiece and under-plant with colour-coordinating or contrasting foliage such as Begonia rex, Coleus, ferns and Aglaonema.
To increase your house plant stock, leaf cuttings may be taken between spring and late autumn and are particularly suitable for propagating African violets, Begonia rex and streptocarpus.
A flower show spokeswoman said: "This stunning, colourful Begonia Rex sports green white and red foliage just like the Welsh flag."