Alocasia Black Stingray a very rare and unique plant. Normally the Stingray has stems just like the Alocasia Zebrina, with a georgous pattern. However this particular Alocasia Stingray as some black in its stem. This is also resulting in black veins at the back side of the leaves. Some stems are half zebrina and half black, other stems might have a different zebrina/black ratio. New growth will probably have the same combination, but in what way it will show we’ll only know when a new stem will grow out.
Between 17 and 25 degrees Celsius.
Water two times a week.
Re-pot every 12 months.
The external condition of the plant may vary from the image shown in this page. We bear no responsibility for plants changing colors and size depending on the season. The seasonal growth changes of the plants are not considered faults or deficiencies.