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Begonia maculata, or Polka Dot begonia as it’s often called, is a splashy show-stopper that looks fantastic with it’s olive green leaves and contrasting spots. It’s a houseplant that is likely to turn heads in your home, and thankfully it isn’t too difficult to care for. Let’s get started with a quick summary of begonia maculata care.
How to care for Begonia maculata: Begonia maculata needs bright indirect light, well-aerated soil that dries a bit between waterings, fertilization every 2-4 weeks, and temperatures of 65°F (18°C) to 86°F (30°C). They are fussy about humidity and need semi-regular pruning, but they’re very easy to propagate.
In this article, we’ll share how to keep a Begonia maculata happy, and how to fix problems that can arise. We’ll include tips to keep them looking their best, so you can amaze your guests with a plant they won’t forget.
The head-turning Begonia is trending now, but it’s been around for a while. This angel winged cane begonia is also called a Wightii, Clown, Spotted, or Polka Dot begonia.
The plant’s exotic look has many moving parts: silver polka dots that seem painted on olive-colored leaves, crimson-colored undersides, and sprays of open bell-like red or white flowers with bright yellow centers on bamboo-looking knotty stems. If you’re looking for something unusual that attracts attention, this over-the-top begonia is a great choice.
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