This pretty trailing species stays on the small side (with 4-5″ leaves) and is easy to grow. It was introduced in 2009 and is from Thailand. It forms a small rosette and then sends out runners, which can get quite long.
This unique looking Begonia has an almost alien-like iridescence. Leaves are purple-green with bright green spotting and red undersides. It is a trailing species and will grow quickly if given space and high humidity. It is found in Laos and Thailand.
This rhizomatous species was collected by Mary Sizemore in Vietnam. It’s leaves are velvety to the touch, and can grow to a little over 6″. It seems to be a resilient but slow growing species. When mature, it develops silver dappling between the larger leaf veins. This species even has fuzzy stems.