Alocasia Zebrina (4in)
Alocasia Zebrina (4in)
Alocasia Zebrina (4in)
Alocasia Zebrina (4in)
Alocasia Zebrina (4in)

Alocasia Zebrina (4in)

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  • Perfect Plant For Your Jungle
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Introducing the Alocasia Zebrina!  Commonly called the zebra plant, is a tropical houseplant prized for its zebra-like stems. The plant has large, distinctly heart-shaped leaves that grow at the tip of the white-and-green striped stems.

The Right Conditions: Although it might seem difficult to keep this houseplant happy, it can thrive in most homes under the right conditions. The trick is understanding how it grows in its natural environment and trying to mimic those conditions. Alocasias enjoy moist soil but not soggy. They certainly do not like their feet in standing water so make sure your soil is well draining. Fertilize monthly & ensure she is getting enough humidity!

Sold Rooted in a Plug: Our plants are sold rooted in a plug and a tracking number included. This jewel variety of Alocasia is relatively compact and remains a manageable size for a houseplant, typically making it an excellent choice for an indoor plant!

You will be receiving an Alocasia Zebrina very similar to the photos shown in this listing. It is sold thoroughly rooted, in a 4 inch pot, packed with love & care. We take great care in packing your plant to ensure it arrives in pristine condition, and for your peace of mind, every order comes with a tracking number.

All plants are shipped Priority via USPS. At check out, there will be an option to upgrade your. Once a tracking number has been added to your order, please allow 2 to 5 business days for processing. Tracking will update the day your package has been packed up to join your jungle.

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Sunlight Requirement

Although in each region the sun strength can vary quite a bit, you can use this as a guideline for the light levels in your plants new home

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