Colocasia black magic - How to Care for Alocasia infernalis (Black Magic)

It is commonly used along water margins, large containers, as a specimen and mass plantings.

Colocasia Black Magic Elephant Ear Plant 4

If rhizomes are actively growing prior to planting, they will also fare well in soggy soil or even shallow water.

We must point out that many perennials will not bloom the first year after planting, but will the following year, amply rewarding your patience.

Once you have decided on a suitable location for your elephant ears and all sign of winter frost has gone soil needs to be above 70 degrees you can begin planting your tubers.

Description: In the winter, the air is much dryer than in the summer.

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    'Black Magic' features unusual purplish-black leaves. It is a tuberous, stemless, frost-tender perennial of the arum family (see also calla lily and jack-in-the-pulpit) which typically grows 3-6' tall and as wide.
    By: Ezekiel_DA|||||||||
    Planting Depth: 1 Inches. Bulbs per Square Foot: 1. At most, use 2 Pond Tablets every 3-4 weeks from April through September. If planted outside the pond, dig a hole slightly deeper than the bulb itself. Place bulb in hole, blunt side down. Space multiple bulbs at least 2 feet apart.
    By: Emma_Jane_G|||||||||
    Colocasia Black Magic is the perfect addition if you want to create a truly tropical feel to your display while keeping maintenance to a minimum. This plant can grow up to 6 feet with each leaf reaching 2 to 3 feet in length. Grow your own Colocasia Esculenta Black Magic from elephant ear bulbs. Amazing dark (near-black) foliage.
    By: ciaociaobambina|||||||||
    Black Magic is an outstanding choice as a patio container or as a low screen or corner planting. It prefers moist, partially shaded areas. Because Elephant Ears are tender plants sensitive to the cold, they should be lifted in the fall in zones 3-8, and stored in a cool, dry, frost-free location. Deer tend to avoid. Hardiness Zones 3-10.
    By: Asistic|||||||||
    Colocasia Black Magic is an ideal plant for shallow ponds or wet boggy areas. It is commonly used along water margins, large containers, as a specimen and mass plantings. Colocasia Black Magic is best grown in fertile medium to wet soils, with exposure to full sun to enhance foliage colour. Ensure that soils are always moist when maintaining.
    By: chris2k2||||||||| - 2022
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