Locate this humidity-loving Begonia in a terrarium to ensure it gets the humid warmth it needs. If you choose to grow it in an indoor plant pot, make sure its soil is rich and not too acidic. Tucking an eggshell deep into the soil can increase the soil's alkalinity, and your plant will like this. Provide even moisture at all times, focusing on consistency of care, and avoid leaving standing water on leaves or in the bottom of the plant's container. This Begonia is a heavy feeder, appreciating weekly drinks of very highly diluted liquid houseplant food. Re-pot yearly to give room for growth, and pinch back foliage from time to time to help the plant maintain a bushy look.