Begonia ‘Don Miller’ is a shrub type begonia is a cross between the cane hybrid ‘Torch’ and the unidentified shrub species U062. This beautiful hybrid is easy to grow and branches readily to make a very full specimen. It thrives in the heat and has medium sized clusters of pink flowers in the spring, summer and fall. The flowers are usually pink but when it gets direct sun they can be rosy red. ‘Don Miller’ is sometimes erroneously labeled and sold as B. “Frosty”.
Care of Begonia ‘Don Miller’
Shade to partial sun, temp. 45 to 100 degrees, 2ft. tall, 3 to 4 ft. if staked, allow getting slightly dry between watering.
(N. Stewart, TX, 1991)