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As indoor houseplants, alocasias can contribute to improved indoor air quality by absorbing air pollutants like xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides. Their large, green leaves help filter the air, trapping particulates and releasing oxygen. This helps purify the air in home or office environments.

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Alocasia, a genus within the Araceae family, comprises rhizomatous or tuberous perennial plants with broad leaves and vibrant flowers. With approximately 90 species originating from tropical and subtropical Asia and eastern Australia, Alocasias are globally cultivated for their ornamental appeal. To ensure their well-being, it is crucial to water weekly, maintain medium to bright indirect sunlight, sustain humidity levels between 60-70%, use a well-draining potting mix, fertilize monthly during spring and summer, and repot by 2 inches in Spring or Summer when root-bound. While not pet-safe, common issues include crisping from low humidity, alleviated by a nearby pebble tray, and the need to monitor for plant pests drawn to Alocasia’s favored humidity levels.


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