$18.99This item will be released May 15, 2023.
Availability, size, and price vary at our local St. Louis store. Contact us for more info.
ONE OF A KIND! Mojito Taro is a truly unique plant. Every leaf is marbled with dark purple/black in a unique pattern, making it so no two leaves look the same. Every plant is truly one of a kind!
LARGER THAN LIFE! Mojito Taro is one of the largest in the plant kingdom. It grows up to four to five feet tall! With its large size and spectacular leaves it is sure to be a focal point in your pond!
MOTHER NATURE KNOWS BEST! Water plants act as filters & work WONDERS for the clarity and quality of your water–naturally! They also provide excellent habitat for your prized fish and other wildlife!
BLACK THUMB FRIENDLY! Pond plants are forgiving & super simple to grow! All they need is plenty of moisture & some gravel or soil to hold roots in place! Easy as that!
100% QUALITY GUARANTEE! Our plants are grown & shipped by skilled, trusted aquatic plant experts. Your plant is guaranteed to arrive alive and healthy!
POND PLANT BIO:
Colocasia Esculenta Mojito or Mojito Taro is usually an annual that does best in full to part sun and up to six inches of water. Mojito Taro is primarily grown for its spectacular foliage. It has incredible light green heart shaped leaves that are speckled with dark purple to black markings. Mojito Taro is native to East Asia and was promoted in America as a crop alternative to potatoes. On top of its stunning foliage it will occasionally bloom pale yellow flowers that resemble spikes in the summer months. While primarily grown outdoors as an aquatic plant, this plant can also thrive as a houseplant when given a bright sunny window. This unique and distinctly beautiful plant will be a great addition to your space!
Cannot be shipped to: HI
NOTES FROM THE EXPERTS AT CHALILY: Our live plants are delivered as bare root plants. This means that the plant has mature, growing root structures ready to be planted. We recommend Chalily Lily and Lotus Fertilizer for all flowering aquatic plants.