The ultimate guide for Begonia plant care
In this ultimate guide, we'll cover everything you need to know to be able to care for your Begonias. Begonias look intimidating but are really quite easy to care for. Don't let it's appearance fool you and learn to help it thrive in your house.
To give you the best chance to take care of this plant, we've broken down the caring process into a few different steps. These steps are designed to provide you with the most in-depth information to teach you everything you need to know about caring for your plant.
How to care for a Begonia Maculata (Polka dot plant)
How to grow a Begonia Maculata in Leca
Taking care of a Begonia can be intimidating at first. But once you get to know your plant better, you'll realize that it's an easy-going plant that looks amazing in your house.
1. How to care for a Begonia Maculata (Polka dot plant)
Back to the top
The Begonia Maculata seems a lot more difficult to take care of than it actually is. The unusual patterns and shapes make it look quite intimidating, but nothing is further from the truth. In this guide, we'll go over everything you need to know to be able to properly take care of a Begonia (Maculata) and help it thrive.
Read "How to care for a Begonia Maculata (Polka dot plant)"
2. How to grow a Begonia Maculata in Leca
Back to the top
A Begonia Maculata looks like a difficult plant to take care of because of its impressive and unusual leaves. But nothing is further from the truth. The Begonia Maculata is an easy-going plant that anyone can take care of. In this post, we'll go over how you convert a Begonia Maculata from soil to Leca, to make the caring process even easier.
Read "How to grow a Begonia Maculata in Leca"
Didn't find what you were looking for?
We have resources about other plants and plant-related topics as well.
Perhaps these resources contain the information you're looking for.
We've written a lot of guides about all kinds of aspects of taking care of plants,
but we could've missed that specific topic you were looking for. If that's the case, you can
request a plant guide or
donate a plant. This way we can provide you with the information
you need quickly and you won't have to wonder if you're taking care of your plant properly anymore.