|Water||Keep the soil moist all the time|
|Fertilize||Slow releaser during the growing season|
|Sunlight||Bright but indirect light.|
Tropical plants in the Alocasia genus feature stunning foliage that can become the centerpiece of a garden or room. In the right conditions, they can grow very fast, but they are also sensitive plants.
Alocasia grows well in containers; they can thrive outdoors in the summertime and then b.e brought indoors to overwinter. Some species are considered invasive, especially along the gulf coast of the United States
If you have children or pets, you might want to avoid these plants because the leaves are toxic to humans and animals if ingested. Extreme the precautions.
Alocasias are challenging plants recommended for advanced houseplant lovers. They are recognizable by their big leaves and thin and large stems.
Keep the soil moist, avoid direct sun, and raise the humidity to the roof!