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Alocasia Black Velvet

Alocasia Black Velvet

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Alocasia Black Velvet (Alocasia reginula) is the perfect houseplant to make a big impression in small spaces. Most plants in the Alocacia genus are known for their large, tropical-looking, heart or arrow-shaped leaves (which is where they get their common name of "Elephant ears"). Black velvet is much more slow-growing and smaller than many in the genus. It's sometimes referred to as a jewel alocasia because it's a diminutive gem.

Plant in a pot with loose, well-draining soil.

Does best in warm, bright, and humid conditions.

Water well (about once a week) and drain excess liquid.

Is slow growing.

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