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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture
Begonia augustinei, Hemsl. A dwarf, compact species, allied to B. Rex but devoid of color in the Lvs. as in that species: sts. branching freely, short-jointed: Lvs. erect or spreading, elliptic or ovate, 3-6 in. long, reddish green above and below, covered on both sides with red hairs; petiole red, terete, provided with dense white hispid hairs: whole plant presenting a mixture of white or red hairs: infl. erect, few-fld.; fls. pink. China.— Differs from B. xanthina in its rough rugose hairy Lvs. and rose-pink fls.
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