Flaunting teeny weeny, itsy-bitsy, white polka dotted greenery, this beautiful Begonia is the leaf-envy of horticultural society. Showing off her spots, the Begonia Maculata contrasts white with rich, green, delicate foliage against a raspberry backdrop.
Will unintentionally draw attention and not apologise for it.
Soft, Soggy Spotting? This plant likes to be warm and damp, however If you notice the leaves slowly turning soggy and limp, it is getting too much water.
Over or Under! Overwatering can be just as damaging as underwatering. Make sure to water before the soil dries out completely.
Tan O'clock! If leaves start turning brown, your Begonia is getting too much sun, move to a more shaded location as soon as you notice discolouration.
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