Alocasia Maharani

Alocasia Maharani

    Commonly Known As:
  • Grey Dragon,
  • Maharani

Alocasia Maharani, Also known as Alocasia Grey Dragon, is one of the jewel alocasias popular for its unique, decorative foliage. Alocasia Maharani is a hybrid related to Alocasia Black Velvet and features compact, matte green leaves with deep veining and heavy texture that resembles scales. Maharani is one of the smaller Alocasias, growing to a little over a foot in height.

  • light

    Alocasia Maharani thrive in bright, indirect light.

  • water

    Water your Alocasia evenly, and only when top two inches of soil are completely dry.

  • temperature

    Alocasia plants do best in temperatures between 60 - 80°F, and will stop growing at colder temps.

  • fertilizer

    Apply a balanced houseplant fertilizer to your Alocasia at half strength once every 1 - 3 months.

    Plant Facts
  • With distinctive shades of gray and green, Maharanis are beautiful houseplants that can grow and thrive in most indoor settings.

  • Maharani is native to Southeast Asia

  • Grey Dragons are a more rare, harder to find variety

  • Try not to be jealous, but your indoor alocasia plant will go dormant in the fall and winter months. During its break from putting out new growth, you can cut back on watering and should not fertilize.

  • Difficulty level – Moderate

  • As with most tropical plants, Alocasia is toxic and should be kept away from pets and children.

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