Saxifraga stolonifera is part of the Saxifragaceae family and is native to Asia. Although this plant looks similar to Begonia and Geranium, they are not related. Saxifraga puts out little stolons (“a creeping horizontal plant stem or runner that takes root at points along its length to form new plants” - https://www.lexico.com/) which grow small plantlets. Leaves are kidney shaped and furry.
Pot: 12cm pot
Foliage: Approximately 20cm
Secrets to success
Light: Bright indirect light.
Watering: Allow soil to dry in between watering. Try to keep leaves dry as they will mark.
Air humidity: Lower to average humidity is fine.
Fertilising: Feed bi-weekly to monthly, half the recommended dosage of fertiliser.
Potting mix: A chunky mix with added gravel and perlite for drainage.
This plant is non-toxic.