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Pot your Angel Wing begonias quickly in at least a one-gallon pot – you won’t believe how fast they grow with a good potting mix in a roomy pot!
Begonia Linda Dawn is one of the easy to grow Cane-types Begonia with an upright growth habit, and makes a beautiful potted specimen. This beautiful Begonia has glossy green leaves with raised dots on the leave surface with red undertones, Foliage matures to a dark blood red with glossy red beneath and have red stems.
The Begonia Lynda Dawn plant needs bright but indirect sunlight. You want to use well-draining soil for the perfect balance. And the soil should always be moist but never saturated.
You will receive a well-rooted begonia in a 4″ Pot.
Cane-type begonias are some of the best-performing and easiest begonias to grow. … The most recognizable type of begonias are known as angel wing begonias. Native to Brazil, the plant grows on upright stems with interesting dotted leaves, unique colors, and a magnificent display of flowers.
Recommendations for growing success:
Light: Medium to bright indirect sunlight
Watering: Allow soil dry out between watering
Soil: Use a well draining soil
Humidity: Boost humidity during winter or if the tips of the leaves begin to brown
Repotting: Repot plant in the spring, if the plant becomes rootbound it will lose its color
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