The Sutherland begonia (Begonia sutherlandii) belongs to Begoniaceae (the Begonia family). It is an evergreen perennial herb that is a species of "bulbous begonia" distributed in southern Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and South Africa. It grows on rocks and trees in moist, shady mountainous areas, and is about 50 cm tall. The leaves are usually dark green with red veins, and the underside is covered with short hairs. The leaves are asymmetrical and have serrated edges. The flowers are 20-25 mm in diameter and orange or orange-red in color. It produces bulbils in the axils of its leaves, which root when they fall to the ground and easily multiply. It can be grown outdoors as long as it is frost-free.