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soil for Alocasia

i think i came up with a solution for the fact that i would be buying lots of 
different alocasia species and losing them.  they seem to like to be 

i came upon this realization when i saw Alocasias for sale at stores (like 
Black Velvet) and they all seemed to be so overpotted.  it clicked to me that 
maybe that's why i lost all my other mail-order plants which arrived in small 
pots and i neglected to repot them.

is anyone growing the following, i'm looking for tubers/plants:

reversa, Elaine, narrow micholitziana, zebrina, tigrina, Corazon, cuprea, 

tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA

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