Begonia integerrima (syn. solananthera)
Begonia integerrima is an attractive species from Brazil. At one time it was known as B. solananthera. A common name for this trailing species is "Brazilian Heart". The leaves are medium green and heart shaped. It has a trailing habit and will hang several feet from a hanging basket. It flowers in the winter with many large clusters of fragrant flowers. The flowers are white with a red center. This is a gorgeous species and has been used a lot in hybridizing for its flowers and fragrance.
Care of Begonia integerrima
Shade to partial sun, temp. 45 to 95 degrees, 4 to 6 in. tall will trail to several ft. allow to get fairly dry between watering
This plant is shipped in a 3 - 4 inch pot.
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