Begonia Masoniana Rock
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The highly unusual begonia masoniana has large, rough textured green leaves with a unique dark brown iron cross pattern. It's eye catching appearance and patterned foliage is a must for any indoor jungle.
Let your begonia pattern really stand out
Add an eye catching pattern to your interiors but pairing the begonia masoniana rock with plain leaf plants, allowing the leaves pop against minimal greens.
How to care
How to care
Too much direct sunlight can cause sunburn on the leaves. A south, east or west window is ideal.
Keep the soil slightly moist - your plant won't be very happy with intermittent spells of dryness, however allow to dry out partially during winter.
Stand the pots on pebbles trays partially filled with water or cluster with other plants to improve humidity
Sad Plant Signs
White patches: mildew from water on the leaves. Brown crispy leaves: under-watered / dry. Soft soggy leaves: over-watered.
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Begonia is a genus of flowering plants, native to Southern China and Northern Vietnam. Its nick name of the 'iron cross begonia' stems from the plants leaves baring resemblance to the German iron cross. Most species are grown as very rare houseplants due to their unique foliage. Traditionally you can expect to see white to pink flowers in summer, but not if your plant is kept indoors. You can help it grow by giving it a feed with liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer.
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