Black Goblet Elephant Ear - Colocasia
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The Black Goblet Colocasia will hold rainwater in its cupped leaves. The Black Goblet is a clumping variety with deep black leaves that can reach an impressive 8-feet tall. Grow it in your landscape or in a container (quart, gallon, or a 2-gallon pot).
• Height when mature: 8 feet
• Light: Part to full sun
• Soil: Rich, well-drained
• Water: Moist but not soggy
• Zones: 3-11
A baby plant, that is 3-6 inches tall, will arrive at your home in a 3-inch-deep pot. Then, raise your new baby to maturity under your caring, green thumb.
Questions or Problems?
We have shipped thousands of plants safely to their destinations; however, please send us a picture of your plant(s) within 48 hours of arrival if you have any questions or problems. We can then assess for our Live Delivery Guarantee.
Many sellers ship elephant ear rhizomes without leaves, but we have found a way to successfully ship with leaves. However, on occasion a leaf is damaged during shipping or some leaves die. No fear! The rhizome is still alive and healthy and will grow new leaves relatively quickly. Just repot and trim off any damaged or dead leaves.
Make your Alocasias and Colocasias thrive with Wellspring Gardens' premium water-soluble Elephant Ear Fuel! Once a week, use a one-gallon watering can and the amount of fuel specified below. Your elephant ears will thank you.
• Indoor potted plants: 1/4 teaspoon
• Outdoor potted plants: 1/2 teaspoon
• Outdoor landscape plants: 1 teaspoon
Cold Weather Shipping
We don’t advise shipping in freezing temperatures. Please ensure temperature lows in your area aren't under 35℉ when you order. If they are that low, just email us and we will be happy to hold your order. Also, make sure to track your package closely and retrieve it as soon as it arrives. We insulate packages bound for cold destinations. We do not, however, use heat packs.
During the cold and dark of fall and winter, this plant goes into dormancy, so your order may arrive with no leaves. No fear. Like hibernation, this is an important part of the growing cycle in which the plant is strengthening its root system. It's still a healthy, viable plant that will begin growing new leaves in spring when there is more light and warmer temperatures during the day and night.