The green leaves of the Alocasia azlanii contain purple, dark crimson, or black veins. This houseplant's fresh leaves open slowly. As the leaves ripen, they become waxy, deep iridescent green with veins that are dark purple or red, purple on the underside, and bright green around the edges.
OUTLINE: Exotic foliage plant with leaves like elephant ears and striking colourful veins. In pots indoors, this tiny species thrives.
USES: For colour harmony, a common houseplant looks best in a pot with a vivid colour. appropriate for underplanting in tropical environments.
PLANTING: Choose a spot that receives enough of filtered light or indirect sunlight and is shaded. Make sure that the soil in your pots drains well. Can be planted outdoors in tropical garden, make sure they are protected via other plants in shade.
CARE: Water the plant frequently for the first 12 weeks or until it becomes established. For optimal results, apply liquid fertiliser at a half-rate every four weeks. For a quick clean-up, remove the old leaves. Indoor plants will look lush if they receive daily spritzes of water and mild watering on a regular basis. During the cooler months, when plants become dormant, foliage may wither. Refrain from feeding and excessive watering until plants produce new leaves. Repot in the spring only if plants become rootbound; at this time, you should remove and repot any newly emerged branches. shield against the cold.
POT SIZE: 140MM
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