Begonia melanobullata (0.3m)


Begonia melanobullata is an awe-inspiring species in a mountainous area of northwest Vietnam. The foliage of Begonia melanobullata is covered in raised black spikes, which are not sharp to the touch. The tip of each sports a single erect hair-bristle. Begonia Melanobullata is very similar with the Begonia ferox when they are mature. However, the main distinguishing characteristic is from Begonia melanobullata "teeth".

Sunlight: Partial sunlight, filtered Sunlight, bright area

Water: 3 times a week

Fertiliser: Recommends slow-release nitrocote or organic lactobacius Aquis fertilizer.

Plant Size: Approx. 30 cm H (vary in sizes)

Rootball / Pot size: 14 cm Ø x 12 cm H

Pot Type: Plastic pot with drainage hole

* Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant color, type, size and arrangement may differ from photo.