100pcs Alocasia Giant Taro Flores Elephant Ear Ornamental Root Vegetable Ideal For Landscaping And Outdoor Decor
Introduce an exotic touch to your garden or living space with our pack of 100 Alocasia Giant Taro seeds. This ornamental root vegetable, also known as Elephant Ear, is a versatile plant that brings both aesthetic appeal and functionality to your home. Its striking, giant leaves add a tropical feel to any outdoor landscaping or indoor decor. Even better, its root is an edible vegetable that can add a unique twist to your meals.
This Alocasia variant thrives in tropics and requires a temperature of 15-30C for growth. It blooms in Autumn, with the flower color being a pleasant green. Despite its exotic appeal, it’s surprisingly easy to cultivate, even for beginners. It’s a biennial plant, meaning it will provide you with its beautiful foliage for two seasons.
Adding to its appeal, the Alocasia Giant Taro also functions as a formaldehyde remover, purifying your air and creating a healthier living environment. Ideal for Aries constellation, this landscape plant can add a new dimension to your tea table or any area in your home.
How to Plant Alocasia Giant Taro 100pcs Seeds Ornamental Vegetable:
1. Choose a location with good sunlight and moist soil.
2. Sow the seeds during spring, summer, or autumn for the best results.
3. Maintain a temperature of 15-20C for germination.
4. Keep the soil consistently wet – the Taro thrives in wet conditions.
5. Feed the plant with high potassium organic fertilizer, compost, or compost tea.
6. Expect the seeds to germinate in 5-15 days and bloom in 9-12 weeks.
Embrace the beauty of nature with our Alocasia Giant Taro seeds and enjoy the benefits of growing your own ornamental root vegetable at home.
- Latin Name: Alocasia macrorrhizos
- Planting Season: Spring, Summer, Autumn
- Germination Rate: Typically 5-15 days
- Grown Plant Size: Can grow up to 2-4 feet in height
- Time to Maturity: Blooms in 9-12 weeks
- Soil Type: Prefers rich, well-drained soil
- Watering: Keep the soil consistently wet, as the Taro thrives in such conditions
- Sunlight: Requires a location with good sunlight
- Uses: Can be used as an ornamental plant for landscaping or indoor decor, and its root can be used as a vegetable
- Deer Resistance: Generally deer-resistant due to its large, tough leaves
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Resistant to most common pests and diseases
- Spacing Requirements: Plant seeds at least 2-3 feet apart to allow for growth
- Companion Plants: Works well with other tropical plants, such as ferns and palm trees
- Harvesting Instructions: Harvest the roots once the plant has matured and the leaves have begun to yellow
- Additional Benefits: Functions as a formaldehyde remover, helping to purify the air in your home or garden