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6" Alocasia Antoro Velvet

$49.99
Care

 Bright indirect light

 Water when soil is mostly dry

 Loves humidity

 

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Alocasia Antoro Velvet is an extremely unique tropical plant with dark/black foliage.  The leaves are pointed and covered with small hairs and have a velvet texture.

This Alocasia plant can produce leaves up to 2' in length but as an indoor plant it will stay a bit more compact.

Alocasia Antoro Velvet care:

Allow your Alocasia to dry out about halfway between watering, taking care not to allow it to sit in excess water.  Due to their darker leaves, this Alocasia species can tolerate lower light but they prefer bright indirect light.

Additional information:

Alocasia is a genus of plants in the Aroid family native to many parts of Asia including but not limited to Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Australia.

There are at least 90 officially recognized Alocasia species, with more discovered and properly named every year. Alocasia come in all sizes, from small to large. Jewel types like Black Velvet tend to stay on the bushier, more compact side.

Alocasia are rhizomatous or tuberous and self reproduce from corms.

Alocasia can go dormant during the cooler months, so try to provide your plant with temperatures above 50deg to ensure that they stay happy and healthy during this period.

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Amber Shkreli
So unique!

What a beauty with the thickest, velvety leaves 😍

T
Tranae
Stunning!

This plant is stunning. The leaves are a deep purple that’s almost black. It arrived well packaged and shipped fast.

C
Chief Yates
Beautiful

I love it

S
Shelley Anderson
Love!

I am very happy with my purchase!

M
Mari
So soft…

The leaves on this Alocasia are so soft and furry, they remind me of African Violets. The leaves are also jet black. 🖤🖤🖤 once again a beautiful plant from Canopy Plant Co. He’s only dropped one leaf during its two weeks of acclimation.