As with all "U" number begonias, the identity of the plant is presently a mystery. I got this one from a friend, and apparently it has been circulated in cultivation on occasion, as B. cirrosa - but it is clearly not. That being the case, it was assigned a "u" number as an interim identifier until such time as someone determines it identity.
Whatever it is, the foliage on this is an interesting fusion of grey-white hairs and mild puckering. Does not require a terrarium, once established and acclimated to lesser humidity.
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