Reversa Alocasia are a popular succulent because they have beautiful, fernlike leaves that can turn any room into a tropical oasis. They also come in a variety of colors, so you can find one that matches your home décor.
Alocasia Amazonica ‘Reversa’ – 4″ Pot
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Alocasia is a genus of flowering plants in the arum family. They are endemic to Madagascar and include about 25 species, many of which are popular as houseplants. Reversa Alocasia is one such species, characterized by its striking white flowers that turn a deep magenta as they age.In this article, we will be discussing the various features of Reversa Alocasia, including its care requirements, flowering time, and habitat. We hope that this information will help you decide if this plant is right for you and whether you would like to add it to your collection.
- Roots are a light tan color when the plant is very young. They will turn darker as the plant matures
- Leaves grow on mostly 1st and 3rd leaders, but may have some growing on 2nd leader as well
- Mature leaf blades measure 2 in (5 cm) across
- The flowers are white with deep magenta centers that open facing down
- As they age, the flowers turn orange
- A striking white flowers that turn a deep magenta as they age
- Adds color to the interior of your home
- Usually grows at indoor heights
- Reversa Alocasia is a succulent with showy white flowers that turn from white to deep purple in color as they age
- Reversa Alocasia is an evergreen plant
- They are easy-to use in a variety of household and indoor situations (indoor, outdoor, etc.)
- Easily propagate or cuttings or seeds