Posts Tagged ‘Begonias’

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Hurry!

October 27, 2014

Get your camera out and photograph the last of the summer and autumn blooms in your landscape.

Don’t forget to capture textures too.

I’ll share a few of mine over the next few days!

First up is ‘Appleblossom’ Begonia (B sempervirens)

 

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Plant notes:

Full sun to part shade

8 inches high

Annual in high, snow-country elevations. Will come back each spring in warmer regions.

Check out the LARGE number of begonia species at the American Begonia Society.

 

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Every Spring I Am Reminded That . . .

March 16, 2014

. . . the beautiful vegetation in and around my garden are most likely a distant collection of God’s Garden of Eden. How special is that?

(Want the name of the plants above? Place your cursor over each photo.)

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