The Sterling Moon Lunar Lights Begonia is a part shade perennial with puckered, green leaves are frosted with silver and mint-green flecking; the salmon-pink flowers play nicely with pink highlighting on new leaves.
Perennial in USDA Zones 7-9. However, there is a simple solution for gardeners in Zones 7 and below: Plant this Begonia in a pot and bring it indoors for the winter. Place it in a sunny window and return it outside once the threat of frost passes in the spring.
Requires Part Sun to Shade for best results.
Water 1-2 times per week during the first growing season if planted in the ground. However, water 2-3 times per week if planted in a container.
Begonias don’t need much fertilizer to thrive. However, apply fertilizer in spring to ensure that it has all of the nutrients it needs.
Plant your Begonia ~2 feet apart for a seamless planting. Space them 4+ feet apart for gaps between clumps.