Mountain Orchids


Begonia versicolor? (Teng form)

I'm not certain of the identity of this plant.  It came as a form of Begonia versicolor, but it's possible that it might turn out to be something else.  

Whatever it is, the foliage on a well grown example of this commands attention. It is a stunning blend of green, red veins, and a silver marbling. Undersides and new growth are a endowed with bright red hairs.

Their diminutive size and preference for humidity makes them terrific terrarium plants and also good greenhouse orchid companions! These are young plants, currently in 2 1/2" pots.

Easy.

Temps:Light:
Int - WarmLow - Medium
Mature Size:Humidity:
6", clumping75-90%
Temp Key:
Cool: 50-55F Nights
Int: 55-60F Nights
Warm: 60F+ Nights

SKU: item-1417 Qty Avail: 4

$25.00