Alocasia azlanii has murky charcoal leaves with subtle purple veining and a sheen that's reminiscent of just polished leather. It has a light green trimming and a ribbed texture to the thin, rubbery leaves. A very interesting foliage plant!
Alocasia is a genus in the Araceae family, commonly referred to as the Aroid family. Despite its nickname ‘Elephant Mask’ or ‘African Mask’, species from this genus originate from tropical and subtropical parts of Asia and Eastern Australia.
These plants typically grow close to the ground, but some species can grow to have quite large leaves as the plant matures in the right conditions. Alocasia are notoriously prone to spider mites, so we recommend doing preventative care and regular inspection of both the top and undersides of the leaves.
This product comes in a nursery pot. Number and size of leaves will vary slightly. We will send you a pot with at least 3 leaves.
Light: bright shade / indirect sunlight
Water: deeply and thoroughly (till water seeps out of drainage hole) when the top few inches of the potting mix is dry
Medium: Well-draining soil. We recommend using our Tropical Rainforest Ground Potting Mix.
Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant colour, type, size and arrangement may differ from photo. As no two plants are alike, do expect its natural variation from the photos. This product comes in a standard plastic nursery pot.
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