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Silvery green/purple plant with furry leaves?

comments (3) February 22nd, 2013 in gallery
dittochu dittochu, member
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Could anyone help with identifying this plant?  It has fairly large leaves with silver fur and light green leaves with purple red veins underneath.  I'm wondering what conditions would be best for it in terms of sunlight/water etc.



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Comments (3)

plantjunkie writes: it is a rex beginia.
Posted: 9:09 am on March 9th
tntreeman writes: it most likely is some variety of Begonia. i was googling and saw a photo, eureka!, clicked and it was a photo linking back to this post :) Posted: 8:37 pm on March 2nd
AllThings_Gardening writes: This looks like a Begonia! Many different type but the leaves sure resemble a Begonia. Looks very healthy but may be a little root bound from looks of pot. Most Begonias have red underneath leaves. They need very bright light-some sun if they are flowering. Posted: 7:09 pm on March 2nd
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