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Beg. dregei Glasgow


(Begonia dregei Glasgow) A miniature, upright growing, begonia with deep green, deeply incised leaves with prominent, large, bright silvery-white spots.  Semituberous, can be easily trained as small tree or tender stemmed bonsai.  Small white blooms.  Photo credit for large plant to Nathan Foote.

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Beg. dregei Glasgow

Average Rating 5 out of 5

Glasgow begonia

Love this unusual plant. Real easily grown and propagated. Trunk gets woody but you can just start a new one. Pretty white flowers too. My finch also enjoy nibbling.(not poisonous for them)

lisa aldrich Jun 02 2021, 18:09 PM

A bit of a sprawler!

This plant grows well outside a terrarium as well, even in arid the rockies. Mine also never stops blooming. Being a dregei, it eventually forms a thick stem and can be groomed like a bonsai!

Anonymous Apr 02 2021, 23:00 PM

Beautiful terrarium plant!

I purchased this begonia to grow in a terrarium, and it has been performing beautifully! The leaves add so much interest with the shape and the coloration of the leaves. If you're thinking of making a terrarium, definitely pick this one up!

Sarah Starcher Mar 16 2020, 11:06 AM

Wonderful small grower.

I have this in a small terrarium and love how small its foliage has stayed. It is a hearty grower and blooms often. Wonderful addition to my plant collection.

Carlynn Scott Sep 05 2019, 20:01 PM

Beautiful miniature begonia!

This is one of my favorites in my large terrarium landscaped with miniature plants. It looks somewhat brighter than in the photo, and is a focal point of the terrarium. Since I received it, it has steadily bloomed. Altogether a lovely plant.

Leslie Levine Jan 03 2015, 16:49 PM

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