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Today's Flower #7- Red Begonia in Our Garden

There are different kinds of Begonia or Begonien in German language. They vary from shapes and colors of their flowers and leaves and more other features. I posted in my Euroangel Graffiti a pink Begonia which I also have in our garden. I have a very beautiful red Begonia freshly taken from our garden.

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Ebie said...

Lovely Begonias! I love the richness of it red color!

OldLady said...

Begonias allways pretty!

SquirrelQueen said...

Beautiful, that one is a very lovely color.

Have a great day,

Carletta said...

You must have a beautiful garden if these are any indication.

My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.

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SandyCarlson said...

These are really beautiful.

Sandy Kessler said...

certainly looks very hardy

Regina said...

Beautiful Begonias. Nice shot.

Torsdag said...

Ja sie werden immer beliebter die alten "Begonien". Schönes Bild, die Farne sind sehr kräftig.