@drumadixit you can't buy tuberous begonias in our part of India but I know for a fact that they're found in the north east like in Himachal and Assam. Please visit flowersofindia.net to find the largest Indian database of plants and trees spotted in India. http://www.flowersofindia.net/risearch/search-m.php?query=Begonia&stpos=0&stype=AND
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Thank you Michelle. They have all kinds of horse breeds, really large thick bodied drafts to the super tiny minis. All can be ridden or driven/pull carts. I bet there is one that could fit your needs. Plus, mine are like giant dogs. Lol
Michelle, where there is a will there is a way. Plus, you don't have to ride them to enjoy them. They provide a lot of therapy for me, just talking to them and grooming them, and just being around them.