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VP/14 H= 30 CM
Begoniaceae family, genus Elatior
The name of the Family was coined by Linnaeus in honor of Michel Bégon, governor of Santo Domingo who lived in the seventeenth century. The Begonias differ in categories according to the shape of the roots, in particular the begonia Elatior has a fasciculate root characterized by the uniform development of numerous non-branched roots that start from the same point.
Ideal to be placed in sufficiently bright places without direct light. Suffices well the half shade requires 1500 -2000 lux, good behind the curtain of the living room, on the porch, in the kitchen. Ideal for a spring summer gift to brighten up the home environment throughout the good season
It is suitable to be kept at home throughout the year at temperatures between 15 and 25 degrees. It must be kept away from drafts and dry radiators. Frequent watering but avoid stagnation of water in the saucer. Fertilize once a month.