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Re: Jim's begonia's

Thanks for the link.
If that Silver Angel Wing begonia ever gets broken or needs to be pruned, I
want a start. Pretty please?
I have seen a variety of begonia with really hairy spiraled leaves with an
almost black maroon border and veins. Very showy, very expensive. I was
tempted to pinch a leaf . Alas, none lying around.
I have 2 angel leaf, One with pale pink blossoms, one with dark rosy pink.
Both have foliage that turns really red just before blooming. I bought start
with angel wing shaped corrugated leaves, but small with a trailing habit.
dark red blooms, foliage bordered & veined with dark burgandy.
Judy B
Z 6 Idaho (first snow yesteday, melted by 1030

"Donna" <justme@prairieinet. wrote:
4 new photo's of Jim's begonias....:)

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