Iron Cross Begonia

Iron Cross Begonia - Foliage
Iron Cross Begonia

IRON CROSS BEGONIA – Begonia masoniana
Military-stiff bristly leavs with bold pattern to suggest this plant’s name. 8-10″ tall.

TEMPERATURE: Average to warm: minimum at night 60-65 degrees.

LIGHT: Bright diffused sunlight, prefers humid air.

WATERING: Keep soil uniformly moist but not wet.

FERTILIZE: Apply at half the recommended strength every month.

USES: Specimen for table, hanging basket. Several plants massed together for larger accent. Colorful addition to foliage groups, planters. Grows well light garden, using part or all artificial light.

Information brought to you by Lawn Patio Barn.com taken from Merchant Publishing Company and prepared by M. Jane Coleman, PHD and Agricultural Research Center in Florida.

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