Alocasia Calidora is a perennial evergreen plant belonging to the Araceae family and is a hybrid of Alocasia gageana and Alocasia odora. The plant was created specifically for home use, as indicated by the pleasant aroma that is best heard during flowering. It is interesting that this Alocasia needs more space than other species, so it is not uncommon to see it not only in the house but also in the greenhouse.
Alocasia odora x gageana 'Calidora' is easily identified by its bright green heart-shaped leaves, which are up to 39.37 in (1 meter) tall and up to 27.5 in (70 cm) wide. The texture of the leaves is quite ribbed and somewhat leathery, and their edges are pointed. There are also light green veins, from 9 to 12 on each side.
The flowers are not spectacular, have a white or yellow color, are quite small, and often cannot be seen under the massive leaves. It is known that some gardeners immediately remove the flowers so as not to spoil the plant's general appearance. As for the fruits, they are orange or red in color and are small berries.