This plant is absolutely a staff favorite! As the plants mature, strawberry begonia sends out runners (stolons) that form tiny plantlets on the end of each one. These plantlets can be removed from the mother plant and potted up individually. Contrary to its name, strawberry begonia is neither a true begonia nor a strawberry; it does have fuzzy leaves like a begonia and runners like a strawberry, which is where it gets its name.
Light: Strawberry begonia prefers bright, indirect light. An east- or west-facing window is ideal. Just make sure there’s a sheer curtain to block any direct rays from the sun.
Water: Only when the surface of the soil just starts to feel dry to the touch. If the soil gets too dry, your plant could suffer. To prevent fungal disease, avoid getting the leaves wet.
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