Begonia 'Jim Dandy'
Begonia ‘Jim Dandy’ is a Walter Dworkin hybrid named in 1991. This is a cane like hybrid. The long leaves are medium to dark green covered with tiny silver spots. The leaf has a wavey margin. It has a spreading growth habit and is a fast grower. The deep pink flowers appear in medium sized clusters and droop down on long peduncles. It gets about two feet tall but could be taller if it was staked.
(Dworkin, NY, 1991)
Care of Begonia ‘Jim Dandy’:
- Bright, indirect light
- 45 to 95 degrees
- Humidity 40-60%
- 3 to 4 feet tall
- Water when top two inches of soil are dry
This plant is shipped in a 3.5 - 4 inch pot.
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