Let’s go over proper begonia care so your plant will stay alive and healthy (remember to read the four problems to avoid)!
When looking at exotic foliage plants, the Begonia rex ranks at the top of the list; the upper sides of its leaves can have a variety of color combinations, while the undersides are primarily reddish brown.
Although fully grown plants may occasionally form clusters of solitary pink flowers, the rex-type begonias are mainly grown for their leaves.
Begonias come in a wide range of creeping, and climbing varieties and almost all of them have attractive foliage and vibrant, long-lasting flowers.
The begonia julau variety is extremely rare. It features pink spots on its leaves and has a shape similar to a butterfly.
Dry air is not suitable for growing begonias. The plants should be constantly misted with water if they are in hanging baskets.
Begonias with fibrous roots, rhizomatous roots, and tuberous roots (all begonia types) thrive in standard room temperatures of about 59°F (15°C).