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Re: Escargot begonia

Cane-stemmed.  The angel wings are generally cane-stemmed but I also think
that there are angel winged begonias that are tuberous.  The caned one's
tend to have slender bamboo like stems, with swollen nodes and asymmetrical,
deeply toothed to lobed leaves.  Generally they have very showy flowers in
terminal or axillary cymes.

NYC 6b

----- Original Message -----
From: "Margaret Lauterbach" <melauter@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, December 21, 2002 1:40 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Escargot begonia

> I'm not really sure what angel wing begonias are.  Are they the cane
> begonias?  Margaret L
> >Margaret, I have a passion for begonias but I prefer the angel wings.  I
> >Jim like them also as we have exchanged plants.
> >     Isn't that an interesting looking plant?
> >         Ceres

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