Alocasia alba Schott, is an alocasia plant whose circulation is not as much as its other relatives. This plant is a group of plants in the Araceae family. Sometimes Alocasia alba for some plant experts refers to this plant as Alocasia crassifolia, where these two plants are the same.
Alocasia alba is a plant originating from Sri Lanka, now it has spread to all parts of the world, including Southeast Asia such as Indonesia. This plant includes plants that are easy to grow, but have a smaller size than other Alocasia relatives. Growth is only about 1 to 1.5 meters.
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Alocasia alba Schott
The leaves are wrinkled and stiff, with prominent veins on the back. At first glance, the appearance of A. alba in good health looks like plastic.
Alocasia alba, thrives in the tropics and subtropics. If planted in soil in cold areas, the soil layer should be covered with mulch, to protect the tubers during the winter, or if planted in pots, should be placed in a warmer place.