Commonly name for the shape of its leaves, it is one of the easiest begonias to grow indoors. The right lighting and fertilizing might promote flowering and a happy plant will bloom clusters of flowers in a range of white, orange, pink or red.
Lighting: Bright, indirect sunlight.
Fertilizing: nitrogen for foliage, phosphorus for flowers.
Watering: Over the summer, frequent small watering is best to keep the soil moist but not soggy. During the winter season, allow the top layer of soil to dry out before watering again.
Best spot: Indoors. Avoid direct sunlight. If you choose to grow it for the foliage and not the flowers, place it in a low light area. The plant will still grow, but it is unlike to flower.
Pet Friendly? No.
Child Friendly? No.