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Alocasia Dragon Scale
The beautiful Alocasia Baginda plant has the watering needs of a typical houseplant. Since it is a tropical species, it enjoys being watered. However, frequent or inadequate watering can lead to several problems, such as yellow leaves and wilting. Please allow the Alocasia Baginda plant’s soil to slightly dry up before you water it. We suggest you not to let it completely dry up nor be excessively wet. You can always check the Baginda plant’s top 1 to 2 inches before you water it. A good way to assess when to water the Alocasia Baginda plant is by using a moisture meter. This will prevent you from overwatering and under-watering the plant, leading to water-clogging or droopiness, respectively.
The Alocasia Baginda plant thrives in bright dappled sunlight. However, the two extremes of complete shade and direct sun rays must be avoided for the best growth. Direct sunlight can cause leaf-scorching, while scarce sunlight can limit new growth.
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