Begonia chloroneura is a georgeous species from the Philippines. This species was collected at Dalton Pass by J. Atwood in 1987, and was distributed by Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. At one time it was U251. The medium sized leaves are a rich reddish brown with showy chartruse veins. The leaf blade is covered short red hairs. This makes a magnificent full specimen. It does require extra humidity and is frequently grown in a terrarium.
Shade to partial shade, temp. 50 to 95 degrees, 10 to 12 in. tall, allow getting slightly dry between waterings, usually grown in a terrarium for extra humidity