Begonia sutherlandii

This really rather hardy, winter dormant species from South Africa makes a small perennial with narrow, serrated, red veined foliage on red stems that can reach 80cm long if allowed to dangle freely over rocks or out of a hanging basket, but is usually shorter to about 50cm. Soft-orange flowers are produced in profusion over a long period in late summer. For a cool position in semi-shade, well drained for winter but always just moist in summer. A great success here over many years and was untouched even by Dec 2022!

Pot size: 1L
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