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Strawberry Begonias are one of the easiest houseplants to grow.They send out very long, thin runners that end in clusters of leaves. When allowed to hang over a sill or edge, they form a very interesting display of hairy, red-hued leaves.
Light: Medium to bright indirect sunlight
Watering: Allow soil dry out between watering
Soil: Use a well draining soil
Humidity: Boost humidity during winter or if the tips of the leaves begin to brown
1 Strawberry Begonia in a 6" growers hanging pot (ceramic pot not included)
6" plants will ship without the hanger attached, Just simply click the 3 hooks in place once you receive your plant.
5 Strawberry Begonia Cuttings
A cutting is a piece of plant material used to start a new plant. Cuttings are sold with no pot, soil or roots and will come as just vegetative material.
To plant your cuttings get a small pot no larger than a 4" Pot, fill the pot of soil with an all purpose well draining potting soil and moisten soil. Then take each cutting, dip into rooting powder and press into the top of the soil. Lightly water the cuttings in and place in a greenhouse environment with bright indirect light. If you do not have a greenhouse you can place your pot inside of a sealed ziploc bag in bright indirect light. Don`t forget to keep your cuttings moist and in a few weeks you`ll notice the cuttings have begun to develop roots, at this point you can remove the plant from the ziploc bag.
2" Strawberry Begonia
Strawberry Begonia Plant in a 2" plastic growers pot. (ceramic pot not included)
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