Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ (Alocasia Frydek) complete guide

In this guide you'll learn: How and where to buy the Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ (Alocasia Frydek), how to care for your plant and answers to FAQs to keep your plant happy

Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ is a rare and beguiling plant, indeed, a jewel of the houseplant kingdom. Its origination lies in the tropical jungles of Southeast Asia, where its intense, eye-catching foliage can be found set against a backdrop of mighty trees and lush greenery.

When you look closely at this unique plant, you can not fail to be moved by its exotic intricacies; each of its verdant, symmetrical leaves possesses ruffled edges and deep veining atop stems which have an arresting silhouette. Knowing the natural settings of Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ may be of great help when tending to the plant’s needs.

Tips for nurturing your Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’


This species of Alocasia requires bright but indirect light for the best results. However, avoid direct sunlight, which can cause the foliage to burn or fade.


This species of Alocasia should be kept between 18-24°C (64-75°F). It can tolerate temperatures between 10-27°C (50-80°F), but try to keep it within the ideal range as much as possible.

Soil Type and Drainage

Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ enjoys rich, moist and well-draining soil. Suitable soils include soil meant for tropical plants and a mixture of potting soil, peat moss and sand.


Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ appreciates humidity, as its natural habitat is highly humid. To increase humidity levels in the air, mist the plant regularly and place it inside a terrarium or near other humidifying house plants, such as Ferns.


Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ loves regularly watering, but be sure not to over-water this plant, as this can cause root rot. Allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings.


This species of Alocasia is not poisonous and can, therefore, be grown in a home with children and pets.


As Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ is a fast-growing plant, it enjoys an extra boost of plant food every two weeks during the spring and summer months (March-August). For best results, use a liquid fertiliser, such as a fish emulsion or an organic fertiliser, and apply according to the instructions.

Troubleshooting Pests, Diseases and Common problems

Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ can sometimes attract pests such as mealybugs and aphids and diseases such as root rot. To avoid these issues, be sure to keep the plant’s environment clean, eliminate any affected plant parts and use natural pest-deterrent sprays or oils for treating outbreaks of pests.


Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ can be propagated by division. To do so, carefully remove the entire plant from its pot and gently divide it into smaller sections. Re-pot these small divisions into soil designed for tropical plants, keep them in a warm, humid environment, and watch as your plant grows and multiplies.

Final Thoughts

If you want a magnificent statement piece for your home, the Alocasia micholitziana ‘Frydek’ is the ideal plant to fill that need. Its lush green foliage can bring life and vibrancy to any interior space. All it needs is the right environment and a few essential requirements to thrive. May it bring you and your home warmth, breath and beauty.

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A passionate plant lover and houseplant connoisseur with a rich family background in horticulture. With experience in plant nurseries and garden centers, Jonathan has cultivated a diverse collection of leafy friends and explored native flora on adventures such as trips to South America. His mission is to share his knowledge and enthusiasm for plants, creating a greener and happier world for all.

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