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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Cane Begonia Maculata Hybrid 1 - Mother Plant (Haji Nursery Origin)

This is the same plant which I have - I just wanted to showcase the mother plant which this nursery have and I would like to have a record of this big mature plant and how it looks like.

For the sake of identification which is virtually impossible to identify, I'm just going to calling a hybrid from the nursery which I had purchased from (Haji Nursery) and therefore it is easier for me to talk about the origins with my gardening friends when it comes to exchange some cuttings and as for some facts where identification is easier when it comes for discussion concerning their variation colorations and features.

Sometimes having a small plant-let may take years to mature to this size and identifying them in keeping a record of the mother plant helps for easier identification in comparison to a small little plant.

This plant however is not for sale. It is used as a mother plant for propagation purpose.
I have manage to purchase a small plant-let for a reasonable price from this nursery. I must say - it is however a sensitive plant and not recommending it for new beginners.

The branches appear to be fragile just as I had suspected. And I also noticed it is a maculata hybrid due to the white flowers in bloom. If you able to identify this breed - do let me know in the comment below.

Notice the flowers - it is in white, just like a characteristics of a maculata hybrids.

These are the underside of the foliage - the appearance are much lighter in soft notes.

 Apart from this variation.

Other matters are very much similar with the general information about Cane Begonias.

Do click below for more information on Cane Begonias.

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