The Alocasia “Reticulata” Zebrina has a large, arrow-shaped, plain green leaves on a slender stalk pale with thick veins and lightly undulate margin and white spathe. The foliage is very narrow and sharply arrowhead or hastate shaped. Each leaf is dark blue-green with an odd coloration effect commonly called reticulated. This is an extremely unusual feature for any plant. With green and brown striped petioles.
Plant Diameter: 6"
Light: These beautiful plants require bright to medium, indirect light.
Watering: Try to keep the soil evenly moist. Over-watering, wet leaves, and soggy soil make an alocasia plant susceptible to a variety of serious fungal infections. Check the soil frequently until you are sure of the plant's watering needs. Alocasia plants require less water during the winter when it's dormant.
Pet Toxicity: Alocasia plants are toxic to pets. Typically, ingestion will result in swelling of the lips and tongue, and stomach irritation with possible vomiting.