Light : Bright light will keep your Alocasia happy. If you notice her leaning, or getting spindly then you might want to bring her closer to the light. The leaves can scorch if left in direct sun.
Water: You can let the top few centimetres dry out between watering but you don’t want to let her get too dry. Also overwatering won’t do you any favours so don’t let her sit in wet soil. If you see a new leaf coming she’ll be extra thirsty so just keep your eye on her and she’ll be lovely.
Humidity: Alocasia are a tropical jungle plant so they do enjoy humidity. You can keep her in the bathroom or around other house plants. You can also mist the area around them but not directly on the leaves.
Temperature: Avoid cold draughts or sudden temperature changes. Keeping her in a warm environment will make her most happy 18 – 25 degrees should do the trick.
Food: You can feed your Alocasia once a month, through the spring and summer months with half strength general houseplant food. Make sure you feed moist soil, never dry. Do not feed her in the winter.
Toxicity: Mildly toxic to pets and humans so best to keep out of reach of children and fur babies.