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February 21, 2014

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Mindy Burton

Hello,

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Mary Yee

Thanks for this post; these new begonias derived from B. boliviensis are simply spectacular and I look forward to getting my dirty hands on them. I wonder if you know whatever happened to an introduction called "Bellfire". I believe it was a cousin of "Bonfire" and introduced at the same time. "Bellfire" has (or had) dark red foliage and soft coral pink flowers. I bought plants a few years ago, overwintered the tubers, and revived them successfully until one negligent year. I thought it was a great begonia but the cultivar seems to have disappeared from the market.

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