The most popular of the Alocasias, the Polly is a compact hybrid, known for its large, dark-green leaves that are shaped like an arrow or a shield. These narrow leaves have wavy, undulating edges, and are adorned with thick white veins running throughout the leaves.
Polly grows up to 18-inches tall and wide, with leaves reaching up to 16” long. Due to its popularity, this variety is easy to find locally in stores. Occasionally, indoor-grown houseplants will flower, sending up a small, calla-like inflorescence. The flowers are often obscured by the large foliage and are somewhat insignificant (green spadix and white spathe).
This peep is quite easy to grow as compared to the majority of Alocasias.
Water: Medium Requirement and Watering right after the soil upper 2 inches of the soil get dry.
Light: Medium to the bright indirect sun.
Fertilizer: Diluted form in the growing season.