Alocasia Bambino


Measurement: 1 Pc

Size: Small-Medium

Age: 1 year

Pot: Included

Pebbles: No

Fertilizer: No

Kit: No

Payment: 100% Advance Payment

Delivery Location: Dhaka, Faridpur Only

Time: 1-2 Days Delivery

Payment Method: bKash, Nagad, City Touch or Local Bank Transfer


Alocasia Bambino

Alocasia Bambino is known as an ornamental indoor houseplant. The plant is a native of South East Asia. It may reach a height of 12 to 14 inches. The leaves are slender, arrow-shaped, and feature broad, prominent, white veins that contrast sharply with the dark green foliage. The leaf blades are 6–7 inches long and 2 inches broad, with a dark purple backside. Alocasia Bambino ( Alocasia Bambino Arrow) is commonly known as Jewel Alocasia or Elephant ear. This beautiful plant is preferable for tabletops, shelves, bathrooms or any corners.

How to Care of Bambino

It grows best in bright, indirect light. But direct sunlight may burn the leaves. Shade is not beneficial to Alocasia, and they will begin to suffer if the light level is too low. During the growth season, water your plant frequently and maintain the soil uniformly moist but not damp. You may let the topsoil get a little dry in between waterings. During the winter less water amount. They always like to grow in the well-drained and organic potting mix.

Alocasia loves temperatures ranging from 65  to 75 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius to 24 degrees Celsius). Maintain a temperature of at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit. They require a humidified atmosphere with a higher than usual humidity level. For optimal effects, mist often. Put it near the shower or in the kitchen for a time if it needs a boost. In spring fertilize your Alocasia Bambino Arrow plant every two weeks and stop at the end of August, then start again at the beginning of spring. Removing yellow or black spots leaves will help the plant growth rate. Alocasia can propagate by division. First, divide the rhizomes in spring and use individual potting mix. There are no major pest or disease issues. Be careful about Mealy bugs, scale, aphids, and spider mites.

Toxicity of Alocasia

Alocasia is poisonous if eaten, and they irritate the skin and eyes. Keep it out of the reach of youngsters and pets.


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