Alocasia Corazon


Silvery foliage is super trendy and goes with everything. So you’re sure to love Alocasia Corazon Aquino, a rare, hard-to-find houseplant. Perfect for bright desks and tabletops, this silver plant is the perfect choice to show off your style. Grow it with Moonlight Scindapsus and Silver Dragon Alocasia for a stunning look. This tropical plant is shipped fresh from our farm, direct to your door.

  • Rare new version of a classic houseplant
  • Brings a touch of the tropics indoors all year long
  • Can grow 18 inches tall
  • Excellent for terrariums and other displays

Light Level: Indirect Sunlight

This plant needs to live in a room with at least some natural light. Place it on a table or countertop with windows nearby.

Water Level: Thirsty

This plant can only go 1-2 weeks without water so check on it weekly and add water every time the top two inches of soil dry out.

Quick Tips

Avoid overwatering. It is susceptible to root rot if it stays too wet, especially in low-light conditions.

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Size Guide
alocasia corazon plant sitting on a wooden shelf in a bright lit boho inspired living room

Plant Bio

Alocasia Corazon Aquino

Native to areas of the Philippines, Alocasia Corazon Aquino (also commonly referred to as Alocasia Corazon) is a rare selection with silvery green leaves that almost appear to have a metallic sheen. When happy, the leaves can get 12 inches long or more, making a dramatic statement. Like many other Alocasia species, Corazon Aquino appreciates bright light, average household temperatures, and above-average relative humidity levels (60 percent or more is ideal). Water as the top couple of inches so of the potting mix dries to the touch. If you’re in doubt about whether to water, it’s usually better to give it too little water than too much.

Note: This plant may have some natural degree of toxicity and may cause discomfort or illness if ingested. Additionally, exposure to the sap of this plant may cause discomfort to individuals with a sensitivity to it upon contact. Grown for ornamental purposes and not intended for human or animal consumption.

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