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Begonia – Hardy Begonia

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Pewter-silver palmate leaves resemble those of a Japanese maple. Add to that, coal black veins and a warm, rich violet blush and you’ve got unheard of drama on a super easy garden plant. Best classed as a shrub Begonia, it has a mounding, upright habit and flowers in late summer with small, single, pink flowers.


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