Alocasia Black Velvet does well in bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower lighting conditions

This plant needs course, well-draining soil to prevent soggy conditions and root rot. Water only when top two inches of soil is dry. High humidity for this plant is a must. Try to keep it at 60% to 75%.

It does best when root bound. Avoid repotting more than once every 2-3 years.

Fertilize monthly with half-strength all-purpose fertilization.

Common Names:   Dwarf Alocasia, Little Queen and Black Velvet Alocasia

Origin:   Southeast Asia

Available in 6 inch

These plants are not meant for human or animal consumption.