Strawberry begonia gets most of its names from the numerous thin, strawberrylike stolons it produces, each tipped with a baby plant. The plant forms a rosette of hairy, round leaves. They are olive-green marbled with silver on top and reddish-purple underneath.
Tall spikes of tiny, white flowers are sometimes produced. Baby plants can simply be cut off and set onto a moist growing medium where they will quickly root and grow.