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Winter Shipping Protection (includes 72 hour heat pack)

6” Alocasia Dragons Breath


 Bright indirect light

 Water when soil is mostly dry

 Loves humidity


Alocasia Dragons Breath is an uncommon elephant ear variety that sports elongated leaves.  The leaf sinus is dramatic and well defined.

Once mature, the leaves will get quite large -- some can grow as long as 2-3 feet!

Caring for your new Alocasia is relatively simple as Alocasia Dragons Breath prefers a well draining soil rich in organic matter.  Allow your plant to dry out between watering to ensure that it remains happy and healthy.  Give it 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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Patricia Bruno
Alocasia dragon breath

Big healthy beautiful. Luv ❤️ it.

My favorite Alocasia!

My dragon's breath is such a beautiful color! It arrived in excellent condition and is unfurling 2 new leaves! The winter packaging worked well. Thank you for this stunning addition to my tropical paradise.


I was pleasantly surprised by how large and lush this was! There were multiple plants in the pot. Definitely get it if you’re on the fence!

Beautiful and hardy!

My dragon's breath box arrived looking like it had gone through the trash compacter, but the plant inside only had minimal damage to the leaves. I've had this plant for 2 weeks or so, and it's unfurling a new leaf! For an alocasia, this plant is extremely hardy. Shipment during the winter and cosmetic damage to a couple of leaves didn't disturb it at all. I know other alocasias that would just wither away at the thought of traveling to the other side of a shelf.

Tho nguyen