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Medium Alocasia 'Hilo Beauty'- $76.00

take 15% off with code 'FALL2022'

  • Indirect bright light
  • Water every 10-14 days

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Details About This Plant:

What is this plant?! The Hilo Beauties makes its dramatic entrance with its lemon colored speckles and that's what makes them such an interesting candidate for your next plant addition! (Provided you can make it before we sell out)

The Alocasias in general isn't an easy plant family to take care of and the Hilo Beauties are no exception. But they're so interesting you might as well just commit :)

Hilo Beauties love a bright spot without much direct sunlight. Less light will cause the plant to lose some vibrancy, more light will cause the plant to burn.

Water when the first inch of the soil dries, that's about every week or so.

Keep a humidifier near the plant for the best results.

Medium Alocasia 'Hilo Beauty'

- $76.00

take 15% off with code 'FALL2022'

  • Indirect bright light
  • Water every 10-14 days

Learn more ▾
STEP 1: PICK A FANCY POT!
Made from fine ceramic, plant will arrive fully potted.

Original Plastic Growers Pot
(No Charge)

Morton- White Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)

6.25in D x 6in H

Hazel- Green Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)

6.25in D x 6in H

Sampton- Grey Ceramic
+$28.00

(free re-potting)

6.25in D x 6in H

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STEP 2: PICK THE EXACT PLANT!
we'll ship you the exact one you picked
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Details About This Plant:

What is this plant?! The Hilo Beauties makes its dramatic entrance with its lemon colored speckles and that's what makes them such an interesting candidate for your next plant addition! (Provided you can make it before we sell out)

The Alocasias in general isn't an easy plant family to take care of and the Hilo Beauties are no exception. But they're so interesting you might as well just commit :)

Hilo Beauties love a bright spot without much direct sunlight. Less light will cause the plant to lose some vibrancy, more light will cause the plant to burn.

Water when the first inch of the soil dries, that's about every week or so.

Keep a humidifier near the plant for the best results.

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