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Re: Alocasia ID? Or Xanthosoma?


So, the mistery is gone. As I suspected it's likely to be A. macrorrhiza, or
some related species.
But now I face a problem: this species can get huge dimensions, isn't it?
But my plants always produce small leaves because when the warm weather
arrives, they start producing flowers and just end in winter! The energy
goes all for the flowers and then the leaves stay very small! However, when
I see pictures of these plants in tropical countries,  they are huge, with
huge leaves! What can I do? I want big leaves! I don't want flowers!


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