What's doing well for you?
Most of our posts lately have been about tuberous begonias, which I can't grow because of our heat and humidity, and I kept trying to think of something worth posting about other begonias. I was admiring some of mine that are doing particularly well in spite of me, and wondered what was doing well for others. Right now my 'Silvermist' is looking very good and blooming well in spite of not having been repotted for a couple years and having most the soil washed out. We talked about 'Benitochiba' on another thread, and I have mine sitting next to a small cane that looks so much like 'Benny' from a distance I thought I should mention it--name is 'Kismet'. A few months ago a friend gave me a small plant I think she called 'Seattle Centennial', but I think it may be 'Washington State'. It looked like it wanted to get big so I put it in a very large terra cotta bowl and it has exploded. I was born in Seatle so it was of extra interest to me, and I really like the way it is looking. 'Little Miss Mummey' is looking fine. 'Mirage' and 'Passing Storm' just keep looking good with very little attention. What's doing best for you?