• Light: Needs vary from shade to full sunlight,
    depending on the variety. Ask the grower if the plant is
    sun-trained. Leaf color tends to be better among
    plants that grow best with more light.

    Watering: Keep plants moist all year; they are
    water-loving plants. There is a fine line with these
    plants. You want to keep the soil moist, but not soggy.
    They require less water during the winter months
    because the plant is dormant.

    Humidity: Thrives in a more humid environment
    Temp: Alocasias will start to suffer below 60 degrees
    Fahrenheit. Some varieties will die back during colder
    weather and resprout from the rhizome.

    Soil: A well-drained, slightly acidic potting soil is
    perfect for alocasias.

    Fertilizer: They can be heavy feeders, especially
    large specimens. Feed with liquid fertilizer during the
    growing season or frequent, small applications of
    granule fertilizer.

    Toxicity: Highly toxic to pets and humans

    Information may vary depending on plant variation