Alocasia Zebrina, or the other names for Alocasia, are Taro, Reusentaro, or Olifantsur. Huge leaves in tropical foxes serve as a shelter not only for other, less small plants but also for animals and insects. Leaves in diameter can be about half a meter. This is a very beautiful and highly ornamental plant.
The leaves of this flower are a bit like an arrowhead in their appearance, have an olive tint, with darker veins and an unusual pattern. Their length is 35 centimeters. This exotic tropical wonder is deservedly recognized as one of the most magnificent deciduous ornamental plants. Alocasias are a wonderful decoration of interiors; they look good in bright halls, foyers, winter gardens, and near artificial reservoirs and fountains. But there is one caveat: Alocasia in an apartment is dangerous for children and animals, and they should be cared for with protective gloves because all parts of Alocasia are poisonous. The plant's juice has toxic liquids; it is not desirable to get on open skin and mucous membranes.