Begonia glandulosa (aka: hidalgensis) develops into a handsome clump of rather heavy textured, almost succulent, foliage. The texture is likely an adaptation to an enviroment of variable humidity/moisture. The foliage is glossy and bears distinctly red veins. As a mature plant, it does best fairly bright and allowed to dry a tad between waterings.
The mature FOLIAGE size is about 8-10" tall, taller when flowering. A fairly unique plant and worthwhile one for the collector!
Plants are currently in 2 1/2" pots.
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Int - WarmMexican species with glossy leaves and red veins