Also known as Begonia Polka Dot
The Maculata looks like a piece of art. With its long striking, deep green, scalloped leaves with deep red underside to the white perfectly placed dots. A beautiful plant to have in the home. The plant grows large clusters of white flowers on a single flower stem.
To make your Begonia bushier, prune and pinch the leaves. Lower leaves naturally wilt and dry over time, prune to to encourage new growth.
To propagate - cut a healthy leaf just below at least two nodes, place in water to allow roots to form and pot in soil when roots are around 1-2 inches.
Potted in round Kokodama with macrame hanger 17cm height 30cm.