Alocasia sarawakensis 'Yucatan Princess'
Yucatan Princess Elephant Ear (M)
Alocasias are a family of hybrids originating in South East Asia, commonly known as the 'Elephant Ear'. An interesting mutation of the species Alocasia Sarawakensis, the 'Yucatan Princess' provides striking foliage to make a statement in any garden, outdoors or indoors. The 'Yucatan Princess' produces dark purple leather-like leaves on high, sturdy, stems that cast dark and striking silhouettes that will evoke a sense of drama in your space.
This low maintenance plant requires part shade (especially in the afternoon) or indirect light when kept indoors. Keep the soil moist and periodically fertilise throughout the warm growing seasons. Keep soil well drained as it can easily be over watered in winter.
|WATER||Keep soil moist but well
|LIGHT||Indirect Light, Filtered Light|
|PLANT SIZE||Grows to 2m|
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