Angel Wing Begonia (Begonia x corallina)

    Angel Wing Begonia (Begonia x corallina)

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    Angel Wing Begonia (Begonia x corallina)

    Angel Wing Begonia (Begonia x corallina) is a popular houseplant known for its large, colorful leaves with a wing-like shape. It is a hybrid species that is a cross between two other species of Begonias.

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    Did you know that Angel Wing Begonia is also known as the painted-leaf begonia due to the intricate patterns and vibrant colors on its leaves? This makes each plant unique and adds a pop of color to any indoor setting!

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    Angel Wing Begonia should be kept consistently moist, but not waterlogged. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering again. They are sensitive to water that is too cold, so use room temperature water.


    Angel Wing Begonia requires bright, indirect light but can also tolerate some periods of low light. Avoid direct sun, which can scorch the leaves.


    This plant prefers a humid environment. If the air in your home is dry, you can increase humidity around the plant by misting it regularly or placing a humidifier nearby.


    Angel Wing Begonia should be fed once a month with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer. Be sure to follow the instructions on the fertilizer label to avoid overfeeding. Pests: Angel Wing Begonia is susceptible to common houseplant pests such as spider mites, mealybugs, and scale insects. Regularly inspecting the plant and treating any pests as soon as you notice them will help keep them at bay. Deficiencies: If the leaves of your Angel Wing Begonia turn yellow, it may be a sign of over-watering, under-watering, or a nutrient deficiency. Inspect the plant and adjust its care as needed.


    : Angel Wing Begonia can be easily propagated from stem cuttings. Simply take a stem cutting, remove the lower leaves, and plant it in moist potting soil. Place the cutting in bright, indirect light and keep it consistently moist until roots have formed and new growth appears.
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