The Begonias that I grow are grown for a reason - they typically have stunning foliage and make great additions to one's plant collection. If you admire foliage as much as flowers, then you'll understand the attraction.
Since many of these are not your average Begonia, be sure to check out our Begonia cultural suggestions as well as "Growing Under Cover" article on terrarium care.
Note: Those marked as "Unavailable" will usually be along later in the season. Be sure to check back often as new items become available and availability changes rapidly.
Int - WarmChallenging New Guinea species - but worth the effort
Int - WarmA very dark-leaved species, with dramatic red undersides
Int - WarmA gem from Vietnam
Int - WarmStunning plant from W. Kalimantan, Borneo
Int - WarmPebbly-textured nice color contrast foliage on this hybrid
Int - WarmStrangely beautiful Bornean species
Int - WarmStunning tuberous little Vietnamese sp
Int - WarmShowy compact not-easy species from Brazil
Int - WarmCoarse-leaved hairy species from Chiapas Mexico
Int - WarmA fairly new showy Phillipine species
Int - WarmSolid silver blade-like leaves set this apart
Int - WarmStunning Malaysian limestone rambler
Int - WarmFrom humid Mayalsian rainforests (terrarium culture)
Int - WarmBoldly white spotted lanceolate-peltate leaves
Int - Warm"Toothy" Limestone dweller from Vietnam
Int - WarmStunning metallic-colored species
Int - WarmPebbly-textured foliage on this true species
Int - WarmPebble-textured Limestone dweller from Vietnam
Int - WarmAnother "Toothy" Limestone dweller from Quang Binh prov., Vietnam
Int - WarmAnother new one from limestone region, Vietnam
Int - WarmA graceful newcomer from Thailand
Int - WarmMed-large Vietnamese species with reddish leaves and whiskers!
Int - WarmWhite fronts with red backs explains the name
Int - WarmFrom Peninsular Malaysia (terrarium culture)