Alocasia, 4in, Azlanii - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre

Alocasia, 4in, Azlanii

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Alocasia azlanii, aka Red Mambo, is a truly unique specimen that's available for the first time at our greenhouse. Endemic to the forests of Malayasia. The foliage on this alocasia is iridescent with shades of light red, purple, and pink in the veins with a dark (almost black) base colour. Alocasia Azlanii is like no other and is a must-have for foliage fanatics and collectors! 

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Attributes

Type: Tropical
Height: 12in - 36in
Spread: 8in - 20in
Light: Bright indirect
Water: Medium
Zone: 10 - 11
Pet Safe: These plants are toxic to pets and children if ingested. 

Care

General Maintenance: These can be repotted every spring into a pot one size bigger, if it's become very root bound. This plant is usually propagated by dividing when it is being repotted.

Temperature: This plant is quite partial to warmer temperatures. Try to maintain temperatures between 18ºC - 24ºC. 

Light: Ensure that your plant has bright light, but not direct sunlight. During the summer, ensure it has a fair amount of shade during part of the day if your home is quite warm/humid. These plants can tolerate a bit more/less sun, but will do their best in partial, filtered light. 

Watering: Water in small amounts, but often. Ensure the soil remains consistently moist (without being soggy). Water much less during the winter. These plants also enjoy above-average humidity levels, so consider using a pebble tray or a humidifier. 

Soil: Use a fast draining, peat-based potting mix. 

Fertilizer: Utilize a diluted, balanced fertilizer every two weeks from spring until the end of August.