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  • Eva Mongie

    Escargot Begonia - BEAUTIFUL! Want this in my yard

  • Polly Harris

    Escargot Begonia - BEAUTIFUL! This year is the first time that I have had these in my flower beds and they will definitely always be a part of my yearly plant.

  • Annie Elizabeth Davis

    Escargot Begonia - great shade plant; beautiful!

  • Gladys Encarnacion Gautier

    Escargot Begonia (or Ram's Head Begonia): Enormous leaves of this house plant begonia swirl inward just like ram's horns. The silvery-green leaves have a chocolate-brown border and center. Stems are covered with tiny, maroon hairs. Bears white flowers, but grow it for its leaves!

  • Arynn McKenzie

    Escargot Begonia, garden alter plant

  • Rachel Page

    Escargot Begonia - Container Garden ideas

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