Flower Database

Elatior Begonia

Basic information
Flower Name
Elatior Begonia
Formal Name
Begonia hiemalis hybrids
Alias
Elatior begonia, Riegers begonia, Winter flowerong begonia, ベゴニア・ヒエマリス
Habitat
South America
Morph
Non-Hardy for many years grass (roots)
Comment
Elatiol begonia (scientific name: Begonia hiemalis hybrids) is native to South America and is non-cold-resistant perennial (bulb) of the family Begoniaceae. It is a hybrid variety of Begonia and Begonia Socotrana. The flower is bigger and colorful and luxurious than Senpa Florence. Another name, also called Riegers begonia, was attached from the name of the German farm that bred this flower. It is abundant in flower color, and it is going out all year round with potted plants. Flower language regardless of varieties in Begonia in general, white flowers are "kind", red is "fair". Era thiol seems to be "noble".
Common name: Elatior Begonia, Scientific name: Begonia hiemalis hybrids, aka: Riegers begonia, Winter flowerong begonia, Place of Origin: South America, Plant Length: 30 to 40 cm, Leaf: Asymmetric, Leaf order: Alternate, Leaf shape: Egg shaped or Cardiac shape, Number of dwelling plants: 2, Different sex, Different flower, Amphoteric flower, Inflorescence diameter Flower color: red · orange · yellow · white · peach · covered ring, flower color: flower color: flower color: How flowers bloom: single and double flowers, male flower Number of petals: 4, number of female flower petals: 5, fruits: with 3 wings.
Detailed information
Order
Cucurbitales
Family
Begoniaceae
Genus
Begonia
Species
B. hiemalis hybrids
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Umbel
Petal shape
Cross
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Pot flower Greenhouse
Color
Red, Pink, Orange, Yellow, White
Season
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Sep Oct Nov Dec
Height
30  ~ 40  [cm]
Diameter
5  ~ 10