Alocasia reversa

Inverted alocase.

Another dwarf alocase that can easily be grown indoors. The plant reaches only 40 cm in height and width. Its thick, smooth leaves come in various shades of dark green, pale green and silver. Leaf color is darker on and near the veins. The underside of the leaf and the petiole are a bright green. This alocase takes its name from the fact that the leaf shape is inverted, rather like the ‘Tea Cup’ colocase with its cup-shaped leaves. This species was first described from a cultivated plant in Great Britain and has never been found in the wild.

Les plantes d'intérieurs DECO Chic

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