A unique and hardy houseplant, the Begonia Conchifolia is often mistaken for the Pilea Peperomioides, but you can tell the difference from the red dot in the middle of this plant.
The Begonia Conchifolia prefers medium to bright indirect and likes to dry out in between waterings. It blooms with cute little white flowers.
This plant is in a 4" pot.
It is considered toxic if eaten.