Alocasia Witney


Alocasias need bright, but indirect light. This is due to the plant’s natural habitat,
on the forest floor beneath the tree canopy. Direct sun will cause the leaves to burn, so avoid placing your Alocasia in a spot where it’ll be exposed to direct sun for a prolonged period.



Alocasia Whitney is a succulent plant native to Africa that is grown as a houseplant in colder climates. They love heat, bright light, and even direct sunlight. The Whitney snake plant is a compact air purifier Sansevieria, with a growth rate of 45-50 cm and an average of 4 leaves per plant. Sansevieria Whitney is a perfect plant for travelers because it doesn’t need much maintenance.