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Alocasia ‘Stingray’ Macrorrhiza

$58.00 $45.00

Size: 6" pot

  • 6" pot
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Alocasia Stringray is an exotic and rare houseplant that is easy to care for. Famous for its uniquely shaped leaf that has a long upturned tail that resembles a string ray, this plant is sought after by rare plant collectors. Alocasia Stringray stems have a similar pattern to Alocacia Zebrina's striped marks. Like some other alocasias, it needs bright indirect light (south or west-facing windows are best as long as it is indirect light) and loves damp, well-drained soil mixed with organic matter as these are the characteristics of its natural habitat.

* You will receive ONE (1) 6" plant in nursery pot, unless stated otherwise. Refer to our FAQ for more information. 

Alocasia ‘Stingray’ Macrorrhiza Plant Care


Watering

Water every 5-7 days when top 2" of soil is dry. 

Light

Medium indirect sunlight or 6-8 hours under grow lights.

Temperature

65°F - 75°F 

Soil Mix

Peat Moss, Perlite, Orchid Bark

Humidity

Keep humidity medium at 65 - 75%

Fertilizer

Every 2 week during spring and summer and every 8 weeks in winter

 

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Kelsey A. (Arlington, US)
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Love the Stingray! This is a winner purchase :)

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Kelsey A. (Arlington, US)
Just wow!

Love the Stingray! This is a winner purchase :)

K
Kelsey A. (Arlington, US)
Just wow!

Love the Stingray! This is a winner purchase :)

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Alocasia ‘Stingray’ Macrorrhiza

$58.00 $45.00
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