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Alocasia houseplants, impressive leaves, transparent appearance. This tropical superstar is a real eye-catcher. Thanks to the spectacular leaves, which also let you know if you water too much. How 'green family friend' do you want it?

COLORS AND SHAPES
Alocasia, also known as elephant ear, has large drawn leaves. Despite the fact that it is a hefty boy, the plant still looks airy and stylized. This is due to the tall, smooth stems that grow from a tuber. Those stems can be plain, but also have tiger stripes and the leaves are just as controversial. There is a species whose leaves resemble African masks, one with wrinkled leaf margins, and one called the skeletal plant because the leaf veins are prominent. The flowering (in the shape of a spike) is not very impressive with this houseplant, the ornamental value is mainly in the beautiful greenery.

ORIGIN
Alocasia belongs to the arum family and grows in the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia. It is especially common in Borneo and can grow up to four meters high. There are 79 known species. Around the equator, the plant has been cultivated as food for 28,000 years. Decorative plants have been bred from the original versions that are not edible, but are very beautiful. Alocasia conquered the living room in the fifties and has a nice vintage vibe.
 


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SYMBOLISM
Alocasia is 'the tree that grows in heaven' and is said to be the plant in all western and eastern versions of the fairy tale of Jack and the Beanstalk. He thus symbolizes taking opportunities when they arise, even if they are risky.


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