Begonia ‘Moonlit Snow’ is one of our new introductions from our begonia breeding program. This is a cross between a rex cultivar and a rhizomatous species. The large leaves are charcoal black with a sprinkling of silver which reminded us of patches of snow shinning under the light of the moon. The back of the leaf is red. The flowers are pink. The growth habit is a large full rounded mound.
(Miller at Steve’s Leaves, TX, 2012)
Shade to partial shade, temp. 45 to 95 degrees, 15 to 18in. tall, allow getting fairly dry between watering.