Alocasia maharani leaves are round, between five and eight inches in size, and with a unique silvery-green color. As the leaves mature, they start to harden and develop a veiny texture, giving them the appearance of dragon scales. A small alocasia that rarely grows taller than 14 inches.
- Light: Bright indirect sunlight
- Water: Keep their soil moist but not wet. Enjoys frequent misting. Not drought tolerant.
- Additionally: Though it likes bright light, the leaves can be sensitive to sunburn so it’s best to keep it slightly away from the window or behind a light curtain