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  • Begonia Corallina x Albopicta Tamaya XL 19cm pot Houseplants begonia 2Begonia Corallina x Albopicta Tamaya XL 19cm pot Houseplants begonia 3

    Begonia Corallina x Albopicta Tamaya XL 19cm pot

    £45.00

    This native to Brasil variety of Begonia has beautiful silvery spots on its leaves and is a classic easy-to-care houseplant. The peak of popularity Begonia hit in the 70s and since then is a must-have addition to any indoor jungle.

    One of the most unusual-looking plants which is extremely easy to care for! Perfect for beginners or as a gift. This native to Brasil houseplant

    Tamaya is similar to traditional Begonia Maculata houseplant but grows on upright stems creating a palm or bonsai look.

    Begonia has very fragile leaves, there are some cosmetic damages on the leaves but it does not impact the health of the amazing plant! This beautiful plant is almost 75cm tall (including the planter).

     

  • Begonia Ferox Fierce Plant 12cm pot Houseplants begoniaBegonia Ferox Fierce Plant 12cm pot Houseplants begonia 2

    Begonia Ferox Fierce Plant 12cm pot

    £33.00

    Begonia Ferox is an awe-inspiring new-to-the-scene species that has become a prized possession among plant collectors. With its unique and striking appearance, it is no surprise that it has gained popularity so quickly.

    This rare species originates from Southwest Guangxi, China, in limestone areas. It was discovered in 2011 along with 5 other species by botanists and was later described and publicized in Botanical Studies by Yam Liu & C.-I Peng in 2013.

     

    Featured at BBC Gardeners World and RHS Chelsea Flower Show. This easy to care and the most unique plant you ever seen is a must have for any plant lover.
    Suitable for beginners and as a gift!

  • Begonia Maculata Silver Polka Dot 17cm Houseplants begoniaBegonia Maculata Silver Polka Dot 17cm Houseplants begonia 2

    Begonia Maculata Silver Polka Dot 17cm

    £35.00

    This native to Brasil variety of Begonia has beautiful silvery spots on its leaves.

    One of the most unusual-looking plants which is extremely easy to care for! Perfect for beginners or as a gift.

    Begonia has very fragile leaves, there are some cosmetic damages on the leaves but it does not impact on the health of the amazing plant!

     

  • Begonia Tamaya Silver Polka Dot 9cm pot Houseplants begoniaBegonia Tamaya Silver Polka Dot 9cm pot Houseplants begonia 2

    Begonia Tamaya Silver Polka Dot 9cm pot

    £21.00

    This native to Brasil variety of Begonia has beautiful silvery spots on its leaves and is a classic easy-to-care houseplant. The peak of popularity Begonia hit in the 70s and since then is a must-have addition to any indoor jungle.

    One of the most unusual-looking plants which is extremely easy to care for! Perfect for beginners or as a gift. This native to Brasil houseplant

    Tamaya is similar to traditional Begonia maculata houseplant but grows on upright stems creating a palm or bonsai look.

    Begonia has very fragile leaves, there are some cosmetic damages on the leaves but it does not impact the health of the amazing plant!

     

  • Saxifraga Stolonifera Strawberry Begonia 15cm pot Hanging & Trailing begoniaSaxifraga Stolonifera Strawberry Begonia 15cm pot Hanging & Trailing begonia 2

    Saxifraga Stolonifera Strawberry Begonia 15cm pot

    £18.00

    Saxifraga stolonifera is also known as creeping saxifrage, strawberry begonia, strawberry geranium, pink begonia, strawberry saxifrage, creeping rockfoil, Aaron’s beard, mother of thousands, roving sailor but it’s not related to begonia or geranium.

  • Variegated Saxifraga Stolonifera Strawberry Begonia 12cm pot Hanging & Trailing begoniaVariegated Saxifraga Stolonifera Strawberry Begonia 12cm pot Hanging & Trailing begonia 2

    Variegated Saxifraga Stolonifera Strawberry Begonia 12cm pot

    £9.00

    Saxifraga stolonifera is also known as creeping saxifrage, strawberry begonia, strawberry geranium, pink begonia, strawberry saxifrage, creeping rockfoil, Aaron’s beard, mother of thousands, roving sailor but it’s not related to begonia or geranium.

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