Most likely a begonia cross breed. You could look at general begonia instructions
@stelepami Thank you!
@cadadr Glad to help!
@cadadr that's a begonia. that particular variety looks like one that my mom usually plants. It needs sunlight and does well in hot, dry Texas summers. Water needs are reasonable and compatible with a generally dry climate. It's surprisingly hard to kill.
@frummidge Thanks! That's one lucky plant then, given I'm a total beginner :P
@cadadr Looks like some type of begonia to me. Wax begonia to be specific. Check and see if that matches your plant?
@deadrose Did an image search and looks like wax begonias indeed! Thanks!
@cadadr You can root cuttings of it, once it gets larger, and have an entire army of begonias.
@deadrose Oh, that's nice to know! I was thinking of adding some plants to my space, this could be helpful in the long run (and maybe less wasteful, even).
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