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Alocasia Tiny Dancers Hybrid

$36.00 $28.00

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Alocasia Tiny Dancers is a hybrid plant of Alocasia brisbanensis and Alocasia odora.  The plant ensembles tiny dancing petioles with an upward facing cup like leaves. The plant stays small and has gained popularity among apartment dwellers for its compact size. 

* You will receive ONE (1) 4" plant in nursery pot, unless stated otherwise. Refer to our FAQ for more information.

Alocasia Tiny Dancers Hybrid Care

Alocasia Tiny DancersWatering

Water every 7-9 days when top 2" of soil is dry. 

Light

Medium indirect sunlight or under grow lights.

Temperature

65°F - 75°F 

Soil Mix

Peat Moss, Perlite, Orchid Bark & Gardening Soil

Humidity

Keep humidity high at 65 - 75%

Fertilizer

Every 4 weeks in summer and every 12 weeks in winter

 

Alocasia Black Velvet Plant Guide

 

 

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Anthony K. (Buffalo, US)
Very nice!

I love the packaging, the plant was safe and not damaged. Appreciate the efforts!

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Magnolia G.
So excited!

It is healthy and charming! This is perfect for my room :)

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Celine Yen
It looks so healthy!

I received it in healthy condition and it was delivered on time! Thank you so much!

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Grace Vander Weide (Chicago, US)

Just got my plant package today. Plants were packed immaculately. Will defiantly be ordering again!

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Rachel M.
Super cute!

I saw this on IG and decided to get one. It arrived today in perfect condition. Amazing packaging and I like how the leaves are all protected. Thank you!

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Alocasia Tiny Dancers Hybrid

$36.00 $28.00
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