In the family Begoniaceae, the genus Begonia contains perennial blooming plants. In humid subtropical and tropical regions, begonias naturally grow.
Furthermore, it needs a lot of fertiliser, so be generous. Many species, as well as countless hybrids and cultivars, are cultivated due to their occasionally beautiful flowers in shades of white, pink, scarlet, or yellow, as well as their frequently charmingly patterned leaves. Indoors or out, begonias are among the most widely grown plants.
Depending on the kind of begonia, these attractive plants are grown for both their leaf shapes and their blooms. While the wax begonia is still the most common bedding plant in several parts of the world, serious plant collectors still go to considerable lengths to locate stunning foliage begonias.