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Out of the Begonias found throughout the world, those native to rainforests prefer high humidity environments, they come in many unique colors and leaf shapes and so are suitable for glass case cultivation. Take pleasure in their flowering and make your paludarium layout even more georgeous.  We are releasing three Begonia types in addition to the Jungle Plant lineup already available. Begonias such as the one with polka-dots or the one with a velvet texture, for you to enjoy!
Native-styled Begonia case cultivation
An example of a case cultivation featuring Begonia chlorosticta in Neo Glass Air. Though one species of a unique Begonia is enjoyable enough alone, it can be made more natural with the placement of Moss Rocks.

○Neo Glass Air W200×200×350(mm)
○Jungle Base
○Tropical River Soil
○Moss Rock Mini
Begonia chlorosticta
Ficus sp. ‘Murung raya’
Eye-catching green polka-dots; The Psychedelic Begonia
Its species name, chloro meaning “green” and sticta meaning “dot”, describes this Begonia’s polka-dot pattern. Its hardiness makes it easy to cultivate and is resilient even to replanting; therefore it is a recommended beginners tropical rainforest Begonia. Dark green, brown, etc; it has many leaf colors. Because it grows tall, a glass case at least 350mm tall will eventually be needed.
Begonia chlorosticta
Austere and cool; The Begonia of the Dark Side
Native to Borneo, this Begonia is named after the famous sci-fi character; its unique coloring, dark red leaves rimmed with white, is totally cool. It is a bit temperamental a Begonia, being weak to sudden change in temperature or humidity, and sometimes all its leaves may wilt. Take care not to damage its roots when planting, and try to ensure your rearing environment is stable.
Begonia darthvaderiana
Velvety, round and cute; The Creeping Begonia
A South American Begonia which displays a strong sense of creeping; it’s rounded leaves, which change color from green to dark indigo, spread out in a densely packed way. It branches well and because it naturally covers a ground surface, it is a valuable type of Begonia for use in layouts as a ground cover.  It’s hardy but if the leaves get excessively steamy, they wilt and may fall off. It likes to be raised in slightly dryer environments than other Begonias.
Begonia sp.’Manaus’