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Image of Alocasia cuprea photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Giant Caladium)

Giant caladium is a tropical perennial native to Malaysia and Borneo. It has large polished and glossy dark coppery, reflexed leaves with raised midribs borne on short to long petioles as dictated by temperature, soil fertility and moisture. Leaf undersides are an alluring coppery red-purple. During the growing season purple spathe flowers do appear but are generally overshadowed by foliage.

Giant caladium grows best in full to moderate shade protected from scorching midday and afternoon sun...

(Purpleleaf Elephant Ear, Purpleleaf Taro)

Lush, beautiful plants, Alocasia impart a tropical feeling wherever planted. Choose locations with part to full shade and organic, well drained soil.

There are potential health concerns regarding this plant. To learn more go to http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/consumer/poison/Alocasp.htm

Image of Alocasia lauterbachiana photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Giant Elephant Ear)

Unusual upright leaves mark this tender evergreen perennial from Indonesia and New Guinea. Its slowly creeping underground rhizomes send forth short fleshy trunk-like stems. Each "trunk" bears several narrow, lance-shaped, long-stalked leaves with distinctively scalloped margins. The stiff, waxy, dark green leaves have burgundy-purple undersides and purple-mottled stems. Inconspicuous greenish blossoms with a central finger-like spadix and a clasping petal-like bract (spathe) are sometimes borne...

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Mark A. Miller

(Giant Elephant Ear)

The thick yellow stems that angle upward from the underground rhizome contrast the satiny green of the large leaves magnificently on cultivar 'Lutea'. The yellow giant taro or giant elephant ear is native to a vast area of Asia: Sri Lanka and India through Southeast Asia into Indonesia. It can reach impressive size in warm, moist, well-drained clays and loams, but also in sand if enriched with lots of organic matter.

Leaves are the crowning jewel of the plant with immense size and being held...

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James Burghardt

(Giant Elephant Ear, Variegated Giant Elephant Ear)

No two leaf color patterns are alike on the variegated giant elephant ear. With origins in a wide-spreading tropical region from Sri Lanka and India through Southeast Asia into Indonesia, it grows best in warm soils and high humidity. Cultivar 'Variegata' can reach impressive size in warm, moist, well-drained clays and loams, but also in sand if enriched with lots of organic matter. It tends to be slower growing that other green-leaved selections, and seemingly more intolerant of cool weather. Heat...

(Elephant Ear, Freydyk Variegated Taro, Taro)

Exquisite, mask-like, variegated leaves are the highlight of Alocasia micholitziana 'Variegated Freydyk'. Originating from the warm, moist regions of Asia, it is a favorite of tropical gardeners.

Its large arrow-shaped leaves emerge from thick rhizomes. The dark green leaves are spectacularly mottled with yellow, green and creamy white. They are waxy, velvety with wavy edges and white veins.

Anthurium-like flowers appear when growing conditions are favorable. They consist of...

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Grandiflora

(Metallic Taro, Silver Leaf Elephant Ear)

Metallic taro is a tropical perennial native to Indonesia with large, brilliantly shiny dark green leaves borne on red-purple upward-reaching stems (petioles). In time these petioles deepen to almost red-black. Leaf undersides are a satiny beige in color and leaf edges are wavy.

Metallic taro prefers moderate shade or bright diffused light and protection from scorching sun rays. It requires moist organic-rich soil, with enough drainage to allow fresh water to pass through. Use indoors as...

(Black Metallic Taro, Metallic Taro, Silver Leaf Elephant Ear)

Black metallic taro is a tropical perennial native to Indonesia. The large leaves have a lustrous sheen that, to the eye, changes in color from dark green or black to a deep purple. The undersides are silver-purple with darker veins and the leaves' edges are wavy.

Black metallic taro prefers moderate shade and protection from scorching sun rays. It requires moist organic-rich soil, with enough drainage to allow fresh water to pass through. High humidity keeps the leaves from browning or scalding...

(Metallic Taro, Silver Leaf Elephant Ear, Variegated Silver Leaf Elephant Ear)

Metallic taro is a tropical perennial native to Indonesia with large, brilliantly shiny dark green leaves borne on red-purple upward-reaching stems (petioles). In time these petioles deepen to almost red-black. Leaf undersides are a satiny beige in color and leaf edges are wavy.

Metallic taro prefers moderate shade or bright diffused light and protection from scorching sun rays. It requires moist organic-rich soil, with enough drainage to allow fresh water to pass through. Use indoors as...

(Malaysian Elephant Ear)

Beautiful leaves are the shining glory of Alocasia princeps. This taro is a tropical elephant ear native to the forested regions of Malaysia. This tall, evergreen perennial is grown for its large, beautiful dark green leaves with purple undersides. Each arrow-shaped, or sagittate, leaf has two basal lobes that extend beyond the point where the stem attaches at the leaf's edge. Throughout the year, it produces anthurium-like flowers with a finger-like floral column (spadix) surrounded by...