Alocasia wentii 'Elephant Ear'


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Current Height: 40 - 60 cm

Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
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Why We Love It

This impressive plant originating in New Guinea has large veined leaves resembling you guessed it elephant ears.

They are not the easiest to look after but a great challenge for enthusiasts.

The decorative pot is sold separately.

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How to Plant
Into a Pot

If you're planting into a pot or container, have a hand trowel and a watering tool ready, plus a container larger than the one your plant arrived in.

  1. Pour a small amount of soil at the bottom of your chosen container.
  2. Put the plant in place and then back-fill soil around the rootball.
  3. Lightly water after repotting. The soil should be just damp enough that if you press your forefinger into the soil it is moist above the top of your nail.
  4. Regularly check the soil is moist but not soaking or sitting in water.
  5. The 'Elephant Ear' is a little bit tender and should be kept away from cold areas of your home. It can go into hibernation meaning its leaves will die back through the winter, this isn't a problem as you'll get new growth in the spring.
Product Details
Botanic Name

Alocasia wentii

Pot Size


Light Condition

Partial sun

Current Height

40 - 60cm

Code: SPRTL103395
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
Delivered within 2-4 working days
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99  ·  Delivered within 2-4 working days

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