Colocasia Mojito XXl Size Rhizome

€ 11,95 (including VAT 9%)
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Product code NG14717
Description

Colocasia Mojito XXl Size Rhizome

Contents 1 rhizome per package

Height: Up to 80 cm.

Colocasia Mojito is a very beautiful Colocasia, it has beautiful green leaves with green to black spots and stripes.

Care of Colocasia Mojito :

In the spring, pot your rhizome in well-drained soil. Place the potted Colocasia in a warm and bright place. Limit watering until the first shoots are visible (the soil must not dry out). After leaves start to form, you can start giving more and more water. As soon as the night frosts have disappeared, you can place your Colocasia tree outside. In the beginning, we recommend that you avoid direct sunlight and first let the plant harden off/get used to it. You can leave your Colocasia in a pot or place it in the ground, a bank spot near a pond is often ideal.

At the end of summer you can let the plant settle down and no longer fertilize. Your Colocasia will die back towards autumn. Once the plant has calmed down, you can remove the rhizome from the soil. You carefully brush it clean and remove dead plant remains. Store the rhizome in a cool, dry, dark place.

The Colocasia, also known as the Taro plant, has a rich history dating back thousands of years. The Colocasia originally comes from Southeast Asia and has been cultivated for thousands of years in countries such as India, China, Indonesia and the Philippines. It is a tropical plant that thrives in humid and warm climates.

  The Colocasia is an important food crop in many parts of the world. The plant's tubers, also known as taro roots, are used in the cuisines of various cultures. They are boiled, steamed, fried or pureed and used in dishes such as soups, stews, curries and desserts.

The Colocasia has a long history of traditional use in various cultures. In some Asian countries the plant is used in religious ceremonies and festivals. The leaves of the plant are also used as packaging material for food.

In addition to food use, the Colocasia also has medicinal applications. In traditional medicine, parts of the plant are used to treat various conditions, such as stomach complaints, skin problems and inflammation.

In addition to its culinary and medicinal uses, the Colocasia is also valued as a decorative plant. Its large, heart-shaped leaves and striking colors make it a popular choice for gardens and landscapes.

Over the centuries, the Colocasia has spread to other parts of the world, such as Africa, the Caribbean and parts of South America. It has adapted to different climates and has become an important crop in many tropical and subtropical regions. The history of the Colocasia illustrates the important role this plant plays as a food crop, medicinal plant and decorative plant in various cultures around the world. It remains a beloved and versatile plant to this day.