Alocasia Black Velvet
Elephant Ear: Flying Squid (Alocasia plumbae)
Flying Squid is an ultra-dwarf Elephant Ear variety of the Alocasia family that is hardy to zones 9 and warmer. This plant grows to the height of 12” and produces tubular stems that incredibly end as pointed leaves! This amazing oddity prefers partial sun and is not a fan of standing water. Other than that, this plant is not fussy at all.
Elephant Ear: Stingray (Alocasia macrorrhiza)
Elephant Ear Stingray is a very unique variety. Mature leaves get large, with a narrow tip at the end that look like real aquatic stingrays! These plants are great for areas without direct sunlight, though they do need some humidity to remain happily growing. Mature plants reach the heights of 5-6', with leaves spanning 10-20". We are currently selling 3” tall starter plants as shown below in a 4" pot. Shipped bare root, pot not included.