Begonia Albopicta - a beautiful collection plant, originally from Brazil, the first publication of this begonia was by William Bull in the "Rare Plants Catalog" already in 1885 in London; stem-forming begonia species; from own propagation/plant collection; grown organically in the winter garden slowly without fertiliser; delicate white flowering; very beautiful begonia species with silver-dotted dark-green leaves, leaf size/length up to 25cm, not over-fertilised therefore top healthy and robust (100% organic quality before quantity!), easy to care for, very suitable for all types of begonias. ), easy to care for, very suitable for a half-shady (but still bright) location (no direct sun!), potted in self-mixed permeable organic substrate; repotting only desired in 1-2years; showering the leaves once in a fortnight is very good for the plant; enjoy your new Begonia Albopicta!
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