- Flower nameAlocasia amazonica
- Scientific nameAlocasia × amazonica
- Aliasamazonica, Alocasia amazonica
- Place of originGarden variety native to Southeast Asia
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What is Alocasia amazonica
Alocasia amazonica (scientific name: Alocasia × amazonica) is an evergreen perennial plant in the genus Alocasia of the family Araceae and is native to Southeast Asia. It is a gradient horticultural cultivar of Nagaba kuwazuimo and Sandeliana. This is a unique ornamental plant with artificial flower-like leaves made of thick vinyl. The leaves are dark green with distinct white veins and jagged margins.
Generic name: Alocasia amazonica, scientific name: Alocasia × amazonica, other name: Alocasia, amazonica, place of origin: Horticultural variety native to Southeast Asia, type of life: evergreen perennial, grass height: 30-200 cm, single leaf, leaf shape: long triangle, leaf color: shiny dark green with main veins, fusiform veins and silver at the margins, plumage: wavy, flowering period: June to August, flower color: white to pale yellow, inflorescence: hanging inflorescence, leaf appreciation period: perennial.