- Flower nameBegonia grandis
- Scientific nameBegonia grandis
- Alias秋海棠, Begonia grandis
- Place of originMalay Peninsula, China
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October, November, December
What is Begonia grandis
Begonia grandis , hardy begonia or Shukaidou (scientific name: Begonia grandis) is a cold-resistant perennial plant (bulb plant) of the family Begoniaceae, native to the Malay Peninsula, China. The leaves are asymmetrical. A small pink floret blooms on a long stem. Actually, what looks like a flower is two pieces up and down with a spear. The true petal is very small and the yellow part in the center is a male flower. A plant that likes dampness and half-shadows. The vitality is vibrant and wild. late autumn, they are bred with the remnants, stock splits and cuttings that attach to the leaves.
Common name: Begonia grandis, Scientific name: Begonia grandis spp. evansiana , also known as begonia, hardy begonia or Shukaidou, Country of origin: China, Malay Peninsula, plant height: 30 to 50 cm, leaf shape: asymmetrical Ovoid shape, leaf margin: serrated, leaf inflorescence: alternate, flower diameter: 2 - 3 cm, flowering season: August - December, flower color: peach, white, fruit type: capsule, use: bedding, potted plants, ground cover.