This plant has no fragrance
Bolivian Begonia Overview
Begonia boliviensis is an easy to grow plant, great for adding to borders, hanging baskets and patio pots, but they can only be grown under glass or outside in summer, in temperate climates. They originate from Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. A bushy tuberous perennial, Begonia boliviensis - or Bolivian begonia - has glossy leaves and drooping, orange-scarlet flowers that form in small clusters and cascade prolifically in summer. (They are usually dormant in winter.)
Common problems with Bolivian Begonia
How to propagate Bolivian Begonia
Sow seeds of species at 21C as soon as they are ripe.
Special features of Bolivian Begonia
Other uses of Bolivian Begonia
Grown for their colourful flowers and/or ornamental leaves.