Begonia Macculata is often called Polka Dot Begonia, Spotted Begonia or Trout Begonia.
It's a fibrous-rooted species with erect stems which can grow up to 1 metre in height. The foliage is green with silvery-white spots above and red below. The leaves have a heart-shaped base with a wavy texture and an undulate margin. Flowers are pale pink or white.
This plant will enjoy indirect sunlight and a moist but well drained soil. Direct sunlight can scorch and dry out the leaves. Water when the soil starts to feel dry. Cut down on watering during winter.
The pot size is 12cm and the plant is approximately 30cm tall.