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Alocasia Reginula Black Velvet – 4″ Pot

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Alocasia Reginula Black Velvet – 4″ Pot – Live Tropical Houseplant – Grown in the USA

  • SIZE: 4" Pot
  • Grown in the USA By licensed nursery.

Alocasia plants, also known as elephant ear plants, are striking tropical beauties appreciated for their large, decorative leaves and exotic appearance.

Caution: Alocasias contain compounds that can be toxic if ingested. Keep them away from pets and children.
Leaves: Alocasia plants are characterized by their large, heart-shaped or arrowhead-shaped leaves that often have prominent veins and vibrant colors. The leaves can vary in size, with some reaching impressive dimensions. Colors and Patterns: The foliage comes in various shades of green, with some varieties featuring contrasting veins, while others have striking patterns and hues of purple, silver, or red. Size: Depending on the variety, Alocasia plants can range from compact sizes suitable for tabletops to larger specimens that can reach several feet in height. Care Tips: Light: They thrive in bright, indirect light. Some varieties can tolerate a bit of direct sunlight, but prolonged exposure to intense sun can scorch their leaves. Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. They prefer well-draining soil to prevent root rot. Humidity: Alocasias enjoy higher humidity levels. Misting the leaves or placing them on a humidity tray can be beneficial, especially in drier indoor environments. Temperature: They prefer warm temperatures between 65-80°F (18-27°C) and are sensitive to cold drafts. Maintenance: Pruning: Remove any yellowing or damaged leaves as needed to maintain the plant's health and appearance. Repotting: Repot every couple of years to refresh the soil and provide ample space for growth. Propagation: Alocasia plants can be propagated through division or by taking rhizome cuttings. Toxicity: Caution: Alocasias contain compounds that can be toxic if ingested. Keep them away from pets and children.
Different Cultivars: There's a wide variety of Alocasia cultivars available, each with its unique leaf shapes, sizes, and colors. Some popular varieties include Alocasia 'Polly', 'Bambino', 'Regal Shields', 'Frydek', 'Amazonica', and 'Zebrina'. Highly prized "rarer" forms are the Red Secret, the Black Velvet, Silver Dragon, and the Melo.
Alocasia plants make stunning statement pieces in indoor spaces due to their impressive foliage. While they require a bit more attention to their watering needs and humidity levels compared to some other houseplants, their striking appearance makes them a favorite among plant enthusiasts looking to add a touch of the tropics to their homes