- Light: In spring and summer, bright filtered light with no direct sun. In fall and winter, bright light, including up to 4 hours of direct sun.
- Water: Allow the top inch of soil to dry out between thorough waterings.
Looking Glass Begonia features eye-catching foliage of large, silvery leaves adorned with olive-green veins and cranberry-red undersides. It blooms, usually, in later winter and spring producing clusters of pink flowers. Also known as a Cane Begonia. Prefers fertilizers that are higher in phosphorus and a potting soil similar or the same as the African Violet mix.