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Monday, June 4, 2018

Garden Landscaping - Begonia Sp.

These are the varieties of Begonias.
I realised the red pigmentation of the Rex types - somehow fades off
for the new leaf sprouts and its very much green compared to the earlier counterparts.

I'm suspecting that they might be treated with a dye
or some sort of chemical to retain the red colour.
Perhaps I'm wrong, regardless the main factor is keeping them alive and thriving.
One of the most challenging factors when it comes to humidity factors.

Together with this collection is the Begonia Escargot.
Here in the series are the larger variety
with the tinge of pink satin fur shades upon the leaf surface.

Indeed its a plant worth cultivating.

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