Dragon Begonia Help

My dragon begonia is not doing well. It has holes in the leaves and the underside of the leaves are turning a reddish-brown color. Any tips or suggestions?
Submitted by susangarver

Hi,

 

Thanks for writing. Without being able to see your begonia, it's tough to say what's going on for sure. It may be two different problems.

 

For example, holes in the leaves could represent damage from slugs (which you can treat with a slug bait). The reddish leaf color could represent too much heat or drought, not enough phosphorus in the soil, or other issues.

 

---Justin, Senior Garden Editor, BHG.com


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