Sorry if you were hoping for a live elephant - but let's be real, I make a better roommate as an indoor plant. And these ears need some watering, so don't forget to give me a drink. Oh, and please don't call me Dumbo - that's too basic and not very nice. Keep looking stylish with the Pierre Terrazzo Pot!
Most recognised of the alocasia family with heart- or arrow-shaped leaves (often oversized) with decorative veining, inspiring the common name elephant ears.
Your Elephant Ears comes in three sizes and could grow up to approximately 3m in height.
Medium: 20cm-40cm in height. Planted in a 140mm black nursery pot.
Large: 40cm-60cm in height. Planted in a 200mm black nursery pot.
X-Large: 50cm-80cm in height. Planted in a 250mm black nursery pot.
Please note our decorative pots are sold separately.
A low maintenance indoor plant as long as it placed in a room that has the right light conditions and natural humidity. Fertilise in the warmer months. Remember to trim yellowing lower leaves to encourge new growth and in winter this indoor plant may become dormant.
Feeding your indoor plants
To get the best out of your indoor plants, you will need to feed them some food. The Good Plant Co Indoor Plant Food will provide all the nutrients they need to grow more leaves and help them stay strong. When the plant is actively growing during the warmer months, it needs a bit more food and water. During the slow growing season (cooler winter months) your plant doesn’t eat or drink as much (no extra winter layer of fat for these babies). Sometimes it’s ok to be a helicopter parent – respond to your plant’s needs. To keep the dust off your beautiful indoor plant leaves use The Good Plant Co Leaf Shine. Moral of the story, if it is growing new leaves then it will need more water and food!
We take great care in growing, packaging, and shipping your new plants so they’re ready to thrive in your home. This includes keeping them safe while they travel from our wholesale nursery to your doorstep.
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