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Popular with florists, this South African scrambling plant produces whorls of needle like leaves. It needs to be kept frost-free in good light but not strong midday sun. Looks good trained against a conservatory wall.
The large rounded fleshy leaves with a red underside earn this houseplant its common name of Beefsteak Begonia. It makes a spreading plant with small, light pink flowers in late winter-spring. Protect from strong sunlight.