This plant belongs to a friend of mine and she is having trouble finding out what it is. It is thriving very well, but she just doesn't know what it is called.
By W. David
The plant appears to be a caladium.
That is an angel wing begonia, I believe.
This is an Angel Wing Begonia.
I believe it's an Angel Wing begonia. I used to have one that looked alot like your picture.
The plant is a Begonia.
It looks like an elephant ear to me.
It looks very much like an angel wing begonia. Has the picture been enlarged? That is what is kinda throwing me off. They are a houseplant and that looks like a bush.
Caladium are a heart shaped leaf. Not a half shaped.
Angel Wing Begonia
Finally! A pic of a plant that I actually knew what it is and everybody beat me to the answer! Dang.
My thoughts also. A begonia.
This is a speckled begonnia (common name, elephant's ear or angel's wings). They usually get blossoms on them once a year.
It's a Begonia.
We call them angel's wings, they have beautiful pink blossoms. Love diffused light, and will start from cuttings if you get a branch broken off. Ours is from my grandparent's home, over 30 years ago. My mom keeps starting new ones when branches break off, so it just keeps growing.
This appears to be a Begonia.
This is a type of begonia, sometimes called an angel wing begonia. This plant is a rapid grower. In one year mine grew from a cutting to a plant that was a yard high and two yards in diameter. Its shape was gorgeous; I kept it on a tall plant stand and the branches draped in three different ways: up, out, and down. Mine had beautiful large hanging clusters of pink flowers and it bloomed almost continuously.
That is an angel wing begonia.
this is a trout spotted begonia. I always found them easy to grow and they even come back to life if you neglect them
this is a trout spotted begonia (BEGONIA maculata)
this is a trout begonia
Looks like a begonia. Posdibly Angel Wing family. Not sure.
Angel Wing Begonia...they get VERY TALL and love the sun!
It is an angel wing begonia
Angel wing begonia.
We called the angel wing begonias(not sure of spelling. They grow fast and big. You can cut them down they will bush out. They get pretty pink heart shape clusters of flowers. I loved mine lost it thru moves. Really easy to get starts, just cut put in water
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