Unit Pack Size: 3" Pot
Light:Set your plant near a window in an area of medium to high brightness. Place the plant in a position where direct sunrays or heat from the window will not damagethe leaves.
Water:Water the plant when the top 1/2 inch of the soil is dry. Pour in water at root level, not over the leaves, until it begins to drip through the pots drainage holes.
Temp:Normal room temperature is fine. They can also survive in cooler temperatures.
Soil:Use a well-drained, moist potting soil.
Fertilizer:Feed strawgberry begonias once a month. Use an all-purpose houseplant fertilizer
with a 20-20-20, 5-10-5, or 7-7-7 formulation.
Pests:Mites, mealybugs and thrips.
Special Care:Trim the runners off the strawberry begonia once the new plants at the tip are one
inch across. Place the tiny new plants in sterile pottling soil and water frequently.
Flower Color:They have small white flowers which appear in summer, but are considered
Growth Habit:It is low-growing and spreads by sending out runners from which new little plants grow.
Fun Fact:Despite its name, strawberry begonia is neither a strawberry nor a begonia plant. It sends out runners from which new plants grow like a strawberry plant.
The key to a happy plant is proper care!