Begonia kingiana

$16.99

Begonia kingiana is a cute little species that was named after Sir George King. King was the head of the Royal Horticultural Society in Calcutta during the late 1800’s. Their are two forms of this plant one is a solid green and this one with beautiful mottled markings. The leaves when new can show shades of gold to orange. This plants native to Peninsular Malaysia.

Care: Bright filtered light to shade, allow plant to dry slightly between watering, 4 to 6 inches tall. Needs extra humidity. temp. 45 to 95 degrees

Family: Begoniaceae

 

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Begonia kingiana is a cute little species that was named after Sir George King. King was the head of the Royal Horticultural Society in Calcutta during the late 1800’s. Their are two forms of this plant one is a solid green and this one with beautiful mottled markings. The leaves when new can show shades of gold to orange. This plants native to Peninsular Malaysia.

Care: Bright filtered light to shade, allow plant to dry slightly between watering, 4 to 6 inches tall. Needs extra humidity. temp. 45 to 95 degrees

Family: Begoniaceae

 

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Weight 1 lbs

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