Alocasia Tiny Dancer is an uncommon thin stemmed, tiny leaved, delicate alocasia. It is a hybrid of alocasia brisbanensis × alocasia odora (according to Google Patents)
Watering: Check weekly, water if top 25% of soil is dry. Does not tolerate drying out
Light Requirements: Medium to bright indirect sunlight
Humidity Needs: 60-70%
Soil Preference: A well draining potting mix is ideal. 20% perlite and standard potting mix is recommended.
Fertilizing: Use a balanced fertilizer once a month in spring and summer. Cease feeding in winter months. We recommend Grow, Kelp, or Fish Emulsion.
Repotting: Pot up 2" in Spring or Summer when plant becomes root bound.
Pet Safe: No
Common Issues: Crisping due to lack of humidity is a common issue, a pebble tray nearby or underneath can assist. Also keep an eye out for common plant pests that love the humidity levels of alocasias.
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