Begonias are one of those exotic plants that grow easily in West Central Florida. I've been gifted with a few varieties over the years that I plant as filler among layers of Florida-Friendly foliage throughout my garden. My attention has been on the conditions they needed to thrive without giving much thought to each varieties specific identification.
Susan, from Simply Susan gave me a single plant several years ago that I believe she called Luna Begonia. The rhizome from which it grows produced more plants each year following that I divide and transplant to increase their number. I bought another one at Just Fruits and Exotics in Tallahassee (one of my favorite garden centers ever) that was marked Begonia 'Rotundifolia' and yet looked exactly like the gift from Susan.
Update: The really giant leaves of the begonia Susan passed along to me (shown in all these photos) has been identified (thanks to smart readers) as B. nelumbifolia and the slightly smaller (but still large and round) leaves of the one I purchased at Just Fruits & Exotics is indeed B. 'Rotundifolia'.
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