Alocasia plants grow best in high humidity and do not like the dry heat during the winter. If you do mist the plant, keep an eye out for plant diseases caused by wet leaves. The flowers of an alocasia plant are very small and inconsequential in comparison to the beautiful leaves.
Do alocasia like to be misted?
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Is black velvet alocasia rare?
The Black Velvet Alocasia is a rare dwarf variety sought after because of its unique black colouring and velvet leaves. It ideal for growing indoors in the UK because it grows slowly and keeps small. Alocasia prefer to sit in soil that is consistently and evenly moist.
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Should you mist alocasia?
Alocasia Polly enjoy weekly watering sessions and frequent misting, keeping their soil moist but not wet. In winter, we recommend allowing the top 2' of soil to dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot.
How do you make alocasia leaves shiny?
Just rub a bit of mayo onto the leaves using a paper towel, then sit back and watch them gleam for weeks. A mixture of milk and water can also be used to keep leaves shiny, so don't be afraid to rub a bit of it on after you clean them.
Is my Alocasia dying?
The signs of a dying leaf are as follows - first, the stem softens, which causes the leaf to lean out awkwardly. Secondly, the leaf yellows around the edges, and then in towards the middle. Once a leaf starts yellowing, it will not bounce back.