Tea Cup gets its name from its up-turned leaves that look like they form a cup. This colocasia’s foliage is a deep green color and can often look like it is tinged with brown. Its leaves have a lovely, lustrous quality to them, and they perch on top of delicate-looking marron/black petioles. With it reaching heights of up to seven feet, this beauty makes a wonderful centerpiece in your landscape or water garden. This colocasia loves water and can have its roots fully submerged in a pond. It is a must have for any true colocasia lover.

Colocasia "Tea Cup" PPAF

  • Water Requirements: Requires consistently moist soil; do not let dry out between watering, good for bogs or water gardens

    Sun Exposure: Sun to Part Shade – Does best with at least 4 to 6 hours of direct sun light. Leaves will be deeper in color and bigger the more light it receives.

    Height: 5-7 ft.

    Spacing:  2-3 ft.

    Hardiness: Zones 7-11

    Danger: All parts of plant are poisonous if ingested

    Propagation Methods: By dividing corms, harvesting pups, or cormlets