Alocasia Macrorrhizo, or Alocasia “Stingray” A juvenile Alocasia, grown from a bulb offspring, nestled within a grey ceramic planter. We use imported German LECA to pot and root our plants. Nicknamed “stingray” due to it’s distinctive foliage, this Alocasia is a statement piece for your collection. Elegant and very unique, like a couple of baby sting rays Swimming around a planter. The plant does go dormant, meaning it will lose it’s leaves and go to “hibernation”. This happens around January-February, during this period, reduce watering and keep the plant in dark area. After a month, new leaf sprouts will appear, sometimes with offsprings or bulbs around the mother plant. A very easy to care for Alocasia, water around the plant not on the plant, to prevent leaf damage. Place in a bright, airy environment, allow morning sunlight. Water every 2 days. Watering tool provided. Height: 35cm Width : 10cm
Peculiar Series - Baby Stingray
A delicate Japanese miniature money tree nestled in a rustic locally-crafted ceramic pot. Each piece is unique and different.
Money tree plants are often regarded as a luck-attracting plant, hence they are often gifted or collected to bring about good luck.
Height: 15cm or 6 inches
Width: 8cm or 3 inches
Plant Care: Bonsais require a shady, bright environment to thrive. An occasional soaking of the morning sun (once a week) will be beneficial. Mist twice weekly. Water every other day, about 1-2 tablespoonful of water around the plant. Mist more often in drier environments (air-conditioned rooms).