The only other members of the family Begoniaceae are Hillebrandia, a genus with a single species in the Hawaiian Islands, and the genus Symbegonia which more recently was included in Begonia. Begonia is a genus in the flowering plant family Begoniaceae. ... Propagation Methods: From herbaceous stem … Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Begonia, Cane Begonia, Angel Wing Begonia (Begonia coccinea) 'Bubbles' supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dav... PLANTFILES. Begonia ID. So far - the plant doubled it's size. Scarlet Begonias are also known as Begonia Coccinea, and it is part of one of the most diverse families known as Begoniaceae. This plant is a native of the Atlantic forest located in Brazil. Cuttings with 3-4 leaves are cut from the plant, the edges are processed with the powdered charcoal to prevent rot. Cuttings propagation: Take a 8-10cm (3-4 inch) long cuttings of nonflowering shoots in spring or early summer. A group of two or three pots of these little beauties will brighten any room. Just like most Cane Begonia species - this one is grown on a medium: 50% coco chip mixed with sand & potting mix. I found this medium used for propagation by the nursery owner - I had slightly added the same medium type and re-pot it in a bigger pot. your username. FEEDING: Trim each cutting immediately bellow a leaf, carefully remove the leaf and dip … Welcome! Due to the stunning appearance of the flowers and foliage on this plant, it is grown as a decorative piece for home decor. In terms of growing, they like rich, well-drained soil and detest soggy feet. By far the best-known cane-type begonias are the angel wing begonias, which grow on upright stems with interesting leaves and magnificent displays of a pendant and drooping flowers.The dragon wing begonia, another beauty, also belongs in this category. Log into your account. Ideal as houseplants or in hanging baskets, elatior begonias (Begonia x hiemalis) are short-lived but flower prolifically and come in fabulous colours, from hot reds and oranges to softer sherbet-like pinks, lemons and apricots. In terms of culture, these are not particularly difficult to grow and can thrive indoors, providing you meet a few basic requirements. Scarlet Begonia loves to be kept under partial shade or full sunlight. Wanted to share this cute little propagation I took from my Begonia Lyallii f. Masoalensis your password Propagation: Begonia coccinea ca be propagated by cuttings or seed. Begonia propagation from cuttings is one of the easiest vegetative ways of propagation. labelled as "begonia coccinea" but after researching that doesnt look quite right, what do you guys think? "Begonia" is the common name as well as the generic name for all members of the genus.