A very attractive plan, the Alocasia California looks like royalty. Its beauty radiates and matches any interior style.
Light: Bright, indirect. Too much sunlight can burn the leaves
Water: water when the top 3 inches of the soil is dry
Alocasia leaves can become top heavy on their slender stems. If yours begin to droop, it can be a sign of the plant having too little light, too much or too little water in the soil, or not enough nutrients. The plant will right itself over time but you also can stake the stems while it recovers.