A spikey yet surprisingly soft new Begonia family member.
With its fiery look, the Begonia Ferox does not have the most approachable looks of all plants. As one of the members of the diverse Begoniaceae family members, this unique plant is definitely known for its unusual qualities and appearance. Although botanists find it hard to believe that this type of plant is not highly popular among people, perhaps it's the fiery appearance of the plant.
This unusual but beautiful plant is native to the country of China. Southwestern parts of China, especially Guangxi, are the central hub of the Begonia family. Limestone rocks are Begonia’s natural habitat, and the area of Guangxi is abundant with them. China is home to a diverse category of plant families with Begonia Ferox as one of them.
The Begonia Ferox grows efficiently in moist soil in a moderate amount of light. The plant will easily sustain itself in these circumstances, although the presence of natural light, in particular, is not necessary. You can speak of a terrarium culture that the Ferox prefers, but just keep track of air dryness and avoid a low humidity percentage in the area of its growth.
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