Angel Wing Begonia
Thoroughly water when top half-inch of soil is dry
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"0
Bright Indirect Sunlight
Low Maintenance Easy To Grow
Indoors, Table Top, Living Room,Flowering Plants, Plants for Balcony
SKU: CMP88 Categories: Flowering Plants, Plants - Delivery Bangalore, Plants for Balcony Tag: newformat
You can grow your Angel Wing Begonia both indoors and outdoors. They are resistant to extreme cold weather.
Their lovely green and red foliage is the main reason why they are grown.
Your Angel Begonia can be effortlessly propagated from cuttings in the spring seasons.
Your Angel Wing Begonias grow well in bright but indirect sunlight.
Excessive sunlight can cause the edges of the leaves to curl and turn them brown. However, insufficient sunlight can make the plant feeble and prevent flowering.
These plants are well suited for temperatures ranging from 62 -75℉. Therefore, temperatures below 50℉ can damage the foliage and the flowers of the plant.
Without frequent watering, your Angel Begonia leaf edges may turn brown. Stick your finger in the soil, and ensure that the top half-inch of soil is dry before watering thoroughly.
Although your Angel Wing Begonia prefer humid weather conditions, misting can encourage powdery mildew to develop on the leaves.
Ensure proper drainage on the pot to prevent waterlogging and root rot.
They grow well in heavy soil that supports large root systems or in soil mixed with organic material. Hence, airy and fast-draining soil are the best options for your Angel Wing Begonia.
You can use liquid fertilizer weekly or biweekly at half strength only to prevent leaf burn. During the summers, when Begonia is actively growing, you can switch to high-phosphorous fertilizers.
When growing your Angel Begonia for foliage, use a fertilizer high in nitrogen. Choose a fertilizer with slightly higher phosphorus content when growing your Begonia for flowers.
The plant sap can be toxic for both humans and pets if ingested.
Average household humidity is sufficient for Angel Wing Begonia. Try not to mist a begonia plant if it is indoor, as the wet leaves may encourage Leaf Spot Diseases and Powdery Mildew.
Angel Wing Begonia requires regular pruning. So try to remove the older or brown twigs as soon as they appear to inhibit the plant from becoming leggy.
Begonia spawns flowers throughout the year. But you can pinch off the dead or faded flowers to keep the plant healthy.
Yellow nimbuses on the leaves: It indicates Leaf Spot Disease- Spray a commercial Fungicide all over the plant.
Browning of leaves: Infrequent watering or excessive sunlight- Try and place your plant on some other window with a regular watering schedule.
Angel Wing Begonia is an attractive houseplant with year-round foliage ranging from glossy green to red tints. Grown for their large and beautiful heart-shaped leaves, they also have charming clusters of drooping flowers that bloom with the appropriate conditions. Angel Wing Begonia can be grown as a dwarf plant over the desk or as a large bushy, shrub-like floor plant, reaching 5-10 feet. Their size can be adjusted by regular pruning as well. This is the easiest Begonia you can grow!