Alocasia macrorrhizos - Alocasia macrorrhizos (giant taro)

Alocasia macrorrhizos ‘Black Stem’ « The Belmont Rooster

Suite du catalogue des plantes a fleurs et Fougères des iles Australes Rapa: 151-158.

Note that in some cases, the cognates have shifted to mean other types of taro.

This will ensure proper water retention and drainage.

Credits: and Alocasia leaves All Have Dripping Water from Their leaves When your Alocasia Macrorrhiza Variegata is dripping water from its leaves, it means it's slightly overwatered and it's trying to get rid of the excess water by sweating it off.

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It is likely to have originated in India or Sri Lanka ; , where it occurs in the wild state, particularly in the humid Western and Eastern Ghats and in the north-east.

The Araceae of peninsular Malaysia: 1-146.

Description: An annotated checklist of the vascular plants of Trinidad and Tobago with analysis of vegetation types and botanical 'hotspots' Phytotaxa 250: 1-431.

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Monocotyledons and Gymnosperms of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Contributions from the United States National Herbarium 52: 1-415.
In wild populations, flowering is usually synchronized, which enables cross-fertilization.
The flowers feature a spathe and spadix, but typically end up concealed by the leaves.

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    The huge Alocasia macrorrhizos is also called Giant Taro. This beautiful plant will be ornamental for your garden. This beautiful plant will be ornamental for your garden. It is a very fast-growing plant.
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    Das Riesenblättrige Pfeilblatt (Alocasia macrorrhizos), auch Riesen-Taro oder Alokasie genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart in der Gattung der Pfeilblätter (Alocasia) aus der Familie der Aronstabgewächse (Araceae). In spanischsprachigen Ländern (z. B. Kuba, dort aber Malanga morada für Xanthosoma violaceum Schott) wird diese Art Malanga genannt.
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    Alocasia can be temperamental houseplants that require adequate light, water, and humidity, but their stunning leaves make them popular nonetheless. Sadly, Alocasia contains calcium oxalate crystals which makes them toxic to dogs, cats, and humans and can cause oral irritation, burning of the lips and mouth, swelling, vomiting, and difficulty.
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    The Alocasia macrorrhizos is truly a must in any tropical garden. Its large upright leaves which can grow up to 1m in length provides excellent texture contrast in a tropical garden, whilst also offering good shade to smaller growing under-story plants.
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