A Double Begonia by louannwarren

A Double Begonia

Fortunately this plant has thrived this year. I’m not sure what I did different from past years, it’s put on quite a show all summer though. I read that the National Botanic Garden in Washington, DC has gardens specific to most states on display this summer and the begonia is in the Texas garden.
A beautiful bloom and such a lovely deep pink !So glad it has done well for yo this year - it could be the different weather conditions this year !
August 19th, 2019  
Beautiful
August 19th, 2019  
You have obviously looked after it really well it is a credit to you.
August 19th, 2019  
Such a pretty flower - begonias always do well here as long as I keep them in the shade.
August 19th, 2019  
Beautiful flower and colour.
August 19th, 2019  
This is so pretty, Lou Ann.
August 19th, 2019  
A lovely close up capture
August 19th, 2019  
Lovely!
August 19th, 2019  
There is no rhyme or reason why they do better some years....just enjoy this lovely begonia!
August 19th, 2019  
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Lovely shot.
August 19th, 2019  
Lovely capture Lou Ann:)
August 19th, 2019  
Such a pretty colour!
August 19th, 2019  
@beryl @joansmor @onewing @farmreporter @ludwigsdiana @mittens @carolmw @jacqbb @happypat @gijsje @pcoulson @carole_sandford Thank you for your great comments, I appreciate you taking the time to look at my photos!
August 19th, 2019  
Beautiful bloom!
August 20th, 2019  
Beautiful great dof fav:)
August 20th, 2019  
How pretty- plants seem to go in blooming cycles just like some insects are prevalent one year and not the next. Whatever the case you have one photogenic flower!
August 20th, 2019  
Beautiful
August 20th, 2019  
Lovely capture & colour.
August 20th, 2019  
lucky they're tough even if they look delicate. Mine seems to come back every Spring. Lovely colour.
August 20th, 2019  
@radiogirl @stevepam @olivetreeann @bkbinthecity @happysnaps @pusspup thank you! @pusspup I didn’t realize they were perennials, I will leave them in this pot when they die in the winter and hope they come back next spring!
August 20th, 2019  
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