We own a few of these Alocasia and have found them to be one of the easier (if not easiest) and non-fussy Alocasia's out there, with thick, almost rubbery leaves and - once mature - beautiful veining underneath. This 3.5" starter plant will eventually get pretty big. In the wild, these reach upwards of 5-6 feet. Give it brighter light and let the first couple inches of soil dry out and it will thrive. Watch out for spider mites and mealy bugs, though, as these tend to be magnets for them!