Begonia ‘Dancing Girl’


Begonia ‘Dancing Girl’, American hybrid produced by Logee’s Greenhouse – Shrub-like Class

Origin: American hybrid produced by Logee’s Greenhouse in 1949

Horticultural Type: Shrub-like

Leaves: Bare leaved and medium size. This begonia is unique with unusual characteristics (April Meeting). Upper surface of leaves is mid-green with a variety of silver spots and splashes and varies also in the shape and margins. Under surface has maroon shading with pronounced maroon veins. This begonia is sometimes said to have no two leaves the same.

Flowers: Carmine-rose , but sparse

Propagation: Stem cutting

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