Growing Alocasia is an easy way to add a tropical flair to your indoor garden. When you know that it has a unique leave shape, and how to care for Alocasia plants, you will be rewarded with many years of attractive foliage.
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- Actual product may vary in shape or design as per the availability.
- The number of leaves and the size of the plant depends on seasonal availability.
- Since flowers are seasonal in nature, flowering plants may be delivered without the bloom. Flowers, if present in plant, may be in fully bloomed, semi-bloomed or bud stage.
- Pots will be provided as per the requirement of the plant.
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Alocasia Plant’s Care Instructions:
Light: Alocasia plant need bright sunlight when grown indoors, but nothing too harsh. If you notice the leaves are looking bleached or singed, move it to a dimmer spot or add a sheer curtain. Outdoors they do well in partial shade.
Water: Alocasia plant like to stay consistently moist, but not soggy. Be especially careful with watering if you use a pot without drainage holes. Always test the soil with your finger first. Humidity is also important to alocasia, so it’s a good idea to set the pot in a saucer of water elevated by pebbles.
Fertilizer: Fertilize alocasia plant every two weeks with an all-purpose liquid fertilizer. Stop fertilizing in winter to allow your plant to rest.