Begonia luxurians is literally the trippiest Begonia variety in my garden. Everything about this plant is gorgeously exaggerated compared to other members of its family, Begoniaceae. The green leaves are heavily digitate – elongated lance-like leaflets fan out from the centre and droop downward – much like palm.The underside of the leaves are a reddish bronze and the cane-stems are a shade of purplish crimson. The creamy white fragrant flowers bloom in large clusters. Because of its long cane-stems and palm frond leaves, it’s called commonly known as Palm-Leaf Begonia.