Tiny Dancer Alocasia are popular for their interesting foliage and small size. They are easy to grow and care for, making them a great choice for indoor or outdoor plants.
Alocasia ‘Tiny Dancer’ – 4″ Pot
46 in stock
Alocasia is a type of succulent that is native to the tropics. This hardy plant can flourish in a wide range of conditions, making it a versatile addition to any garden. In this article, well show you how to grow Alocasia in a container, and give you tips on how to care for it.
- -Alocasia grows generally upright, forming a dense mat which is perfect for container gardening
- -The growth habit of Alocasia makes it a low-maintenance plant and one that can thrive in areas where the soil becomes difficult to maintain. Alocasia is also very resistant to pests and diseases
- -These plants are happy in any environment, but most varieties do prefer to grow outdoors rather than indoors
- Alocasia is a resilient plant that thrives in warm and dry conditions
- Grows best in sun or filtered light
- Can grow to be over 6 feet tall
- Plants can die back if exposed to cold drafts or frost
- Plant should be watered on the basis of soil moisture: less than 1/4 inch deep - water thoroughly to moisten soil - water periodically (2-3 times per week) until plants are established
- -A great gift idea for the person who has everything
- -Alocasia has a striking appearance, with orange and green striped leaves.
- -Growing a succulent outside of its natural habitat is easy with gardening tips
- -Alocasia is a type of succulent that can be found in abundance in the tropical regions
- -Plant Alocasia in full sun or partial shade
- -Water every two days and/or as needed
- -Order bonsai Alocacia plants at your garden center and form the cutting into cane shapes before planting