Alocasia brisbanensis Cunjevoi

Alocasia brisbanensis Cunjevoi

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Attractive hardy Australian Plant for the garden. Avoid eating any parts of the plant as it can be toxic, ironically the sap reportedly used to cure insect stings and pain from the Gympie Gympie or better known as the Giant Stinging Tree!


A fairly tough species once established. Naturally seems to grow in poorly drained soils. Water frequently, place in a position of Morning sun and afternoon shade.


Currently plants are propagated to order. Please contact us for more information.

Price listed per plant tube stock size (images to come).

Tube stock size is preferable as it allows plants to be transported much easier as well as establishing much quicker in their new homes compared to larger sized plants

Protect your local Biodiversity

Do not release any plant into your local environment even if native. Plants from cultivated sources may not be of genetic local provenance and interfere with local population genetics.

Happy to combine postage at a revised rate if additional plants are purchased.

Apologies we cannot Send to WA, TAS or NT due biosecurity.

Please pay by 4pm Saturday before post day Sunday to give us time to package the plants. Payments after 4pm Saturday will likely result in plants being packaged and posted on the following Sunday. 

Plants will be express posted on Sundays

Be aware that we cannot claim responsibility for delayed times in postage.

We do our best to package carefully & post on Sundays to minimise delays in transit, we care about our plant life some of which are rare, we want the plants to arrive to you in the best possible condition. But please note some factors are out of control, especially in current times.

Please contact us with any questions.

Happy growing!


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