Re: [aroid-l] Alocasia reginula
- Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Alocasia reginula
- From: Bryan Lampl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 23:44:38 -0400
i am also in southern california. though i don't have the alocasia reginula,
i have other species of alocasia which require similar conditions as yours.
i would suggest putting them outside where it is brighter. i do agree with
the indirect light. i have fried a few trying to see if they could tolerate
direct sunlight. humdity doesn't seem to be a huge factor here, but i do
mist my plants on a regular basis, especially because i am concerned with
potential for mites in the warm and dry conditions here.
hope this helps.
> Hi folks!
> I got a very small rooted cutting of Alocasia reginula about a year ago, and
> surprised at how slowly the plant is growing. It currently has two leaves,
> has only put out one additional leaf since I got it - that leaf didn't seem to
> like direct sun, and got discolored and died a few months after it first
> I'm growing the alocasia indoors, with several other houseplants, where it
> indirect sun. I live in an apartment in Los Angeles, and the temperature
> gets below the low 70's, or above the mid-80's. I'm growing a Monstera
> and Philodendron 'Pink Princess' with moderate success under the same
> conditions, and while those plants would clearly prefer more sunlight and
> humidity, they are at least putting out new leaves on a regular basis.
> Any suggestions would be welcome - thanks!
> -Roz, in Southern California
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