Tuberous Begonias
                 Immigrants with Tradition

In Europe, tuberous begonias are considered immigrants because they’ve only been around since the first half of the 19th century.

Back then, they exchanged their tropical to subtropical
provenance in the South American Andes for the
European climatic conditions that range from
cold frost periods to “tropical” heat periods.

Products of years of successful
breeding by Benary, the tradi-
tional German plant breeders,
modern tuberous begonias
feel most comfortable here
now, proving this with a
fantastic show of colorful
flowers that lasts from
early summer right up
to the first frosts.