Alocasia Sarian, named after agriculture journalist Zac B. Sarian, is a hybrid of the Alocasia Zebrina and the Alocasia Micholitziana. This beauty is native to the rainforests of South Asia and will thrive in warm, humid environments.
Water: water when the top inch or two of the soil is dry to the touch. Keep the soil moist but not overly saturated by watering often, but only a little at a time.
Light: prefers bright, indirect light. Some dappled sunlight is okay.
Humidity: requires high levels of humidity.
Temperature: performs best in 65 - 75 F.