Common Name(s): alocasia polly, elephant ears, African mask
Description: Glossy, dark green leaves shaped like scalloped arrows with striking, contrasting veins. Can grow to be a huge plant. Grows a spathe-type inflorescence.
Light: Bright, indirect light.
Water: Keep moist, but not wet or oversaturated.
Other Care: This plant can go into hibernation if not properly cared for, but can still come back even if all leaves are gone.
Origins: Native to subtropical Asia.
Other Interesting Facts: Hybrid of Alocasia longiloba x Alocasia sanderiana. Part of the Aroid (Araceae) family.