These strawberry begonias are complete delight!
They are an eye-catching plant that come from Asia. They're full mature and have long, thin runners that end in clusters of rounded leaves. When grown indoors and allowed to hang over a sill or edge, they form a very interesting display of hairy, red-hued leaves.
You can report these little clusters and grown new plants from them.
They dislike too much humidity and warmth, which can encourage fungal problems, and are susceptible to root rot if they are watered too heavily.
Strawberry begonia plants prefer bright, but not direct light. Be careful of letting your plant get any direct rays of sunlight—they can burn the plant and put holes in its leaves.
Water your plant once the top two or three inches of the soil have dried out, and saturate the plant until water runs from the drainage holes in the base. During winter, reduce your watering.
Delivered in 14cm hanging plastic pot.