Begonia ‘Fireworks’  A Rex of infinite beauty. Aptly named, 'Fireworks' casts its ruby-red veins outward over its silvery leaves, finding completion at its beautiful plum-toned edges.    Hardy to Zone 10 and higher for outdoors.    Partial sun, grows to 6-14" in container, minimum temperature 60°.    Great for a hanging basket!

Begonia ‘Fireworks’ A Rex of infinite beauty. Aptly named, 'Fireworks' casts its ruby-red veins outward over its silvery leaves, finding completion at its beautiful plum-toned edges. Hardy to Zone 10 and higher for outdoors. Partial sun, grows to 6-14" in container, minimum temperature 60°. Great for a hanging basket!

Rex Begonia,  the king of begonias is at number one position in the list of house plants as its velvety leaves, color and natural marking on the leaves is just amazing. The silvery hue appears pink or green in different light. Begonia needs filtered sunlight in plenty to grow. Also the optimum temperature for the growth is 18° to 23°C. Begonia also requires moist and fresh air. Do not keep them wet as very susceptible to rot also fertilize occasionally through summer and spring.

Rex Begonia, the king of begonias is at number one position in the list of house plants as its velvety leaves, color and natural marking on the leaves is just amazing. The silvery hue appears pink or green in different light. Begonia needs filtered sunlight in plenty to grow. Also the optimum temperature for the growth is 18° to 23°C. Begonia also requires moist and fresh air. Do not keep them wet as very susceptible to rot also fertilize occasionally through summer and spring.

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