The Begonia Maculata ‘Wightii’, also known as the ‘Polka dot’ Begonia or ‘Forel’ Begonia. Originally the Begonia Maculata comes from Brazil. It is unique in the form of its leaves. Because it has olive green leaves freckled with silvery-white spots on its upper surface and a red-Bordeaux reverse.
Your Begonia Maculata needs water 2 times a week, prevent dehydration, but don’t drown it. Give the plant a warm and light place, but not in full afternoon sun.
We cut a piece of the Begonia’s main leave, which is done to ensure that the plant stays compact. This is a natural way instead of using chemical methods to slow down the process. After some time, you can cut the main leaf when the shoot is big enough.