Begonia is a popular flowering perennial plant. There are more than 1500 cultivated species in the world and not only we can enjoy their showy colorful flowers, also some of them have beautiful unique leaves. Even though the origins of most species of Begonia are tropical and subtropical regions of the world such as Africa, South Asia and Central and South America, they can be easily hybridized and created many cultivars.
First photo is Brazilian Red Cane Begonia
The second photo is leaves of Heraclifolia Begonia
The third photo is stems of Heraclifolia Begonia
The forth photo is for the leaves of Josephine Begonia.
The fifth photo is for the leaves of Begonia Looking Glass.
The sixth photo is for the leaves of Begonia Sericoneura.
The seventh photo is for the leaves of Begonia Strigosa.