Latin Name: Begonia Solenia x hiemalis

Position: Full Sun/Part Shade

Height: 10-12”

The first begonia that not only tolerates but thrives in full sun. It also stands up to wind and heat. Plants are compact, well-branched, and never get top heavy as with some other varieties. The 3” flowers are double in form, don’t require deadheading, and are produced continuously until frost. They prefer moist but well-drained soil and are superb for both bedding and container use.