Strawberry Begonia (Saxifraga stolonifera) is here to take a spot in your room and make it stand out. Its big oval leaves take up a range of hues from dark green to bronze and deep burgundy. They are also excellent air purifiers for your room!
Strawberry Begonia, also known as Mother-of-thousands for its many leaves, is originally from Asia and belongs to the Saxifragaceae family. While the plant does not grow very tall, between 6 and 18 inches (18-45 cm), its flower stems can grow up to 10 inches (25 cm) in proper conditions. Saxifraga makes an excellent indoor plant you can grow in containers and hanging pots. They are also cultivated as ground covers in gardens. They can produce up to 60 white, star-shaped flowers when they bloom. Its green leaves are purple underneath, and, with proper light conditions, the upper part of the leaves also gets that reddish tint on the edges.