8 responses to “Begonia prismatocarpa”

  1. elizabeth a airhart

    thank you for this lovely picture
    good things do come in small packages
    eric has a fine web page
    i enjoy the shades of yellow in flowers
    some of my favorie orchids are the yellows
    and greens wee ones that grow on a tiny piece
    of wood
    the web and this page has taught me
    that are more colors then a red bottle brush
    or ixora thank you to eric and daniel

  2. Beverley

    Begonia prismatocarpa – Z10 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Begonia prismatocarpa – min. 10 degrees C/50 degrees F, A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk
    Begonia, be-go-ne-a; after Michael Begon [1638-1710], a French botanist and Governor of French Canada. Plant Names Simplified, Johnson and Smith & Dictionary of Plant Names, Coombes

  3. Eric in SF

    Daniel – the triangular young ovary is visible in the lower image at the base of the female flowers. I have not self-pollinated my clone to see the final shape of the fruit.

    1. Claudia Corbea

      Can you specifically tell me where?

  4. Amanda

    these are the most beautiful BOT photos i’ve ever seen. i love the striking contrast of the orange and yellow flowers against the green plant and black background. thank you!

  5. van

    Very pretty. Beautiful photo.

  6. fotrristi

    This is really beautiful! I’d love to have one of those. Lovely pictures!

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