1 gal CVS. From Monterey Bay Nursery: rounder leaves, held in the typical upright vertical fashion but also relaxing to close to horizontal, are medium green, very glossy, and have a slightly undulate margin. They get about 30" long and wide in our area and the plants seem to get about 3-5' tall, with short, thick trunks. In more tropical climates plants get substantially larger. Overall this is a slightly smaller scale Alocasia, not as large as A. gageana or macrorrhizos. This is a fast, vigorous, easy species that features wonderful spathe-enclosed flower spike cones that are highly fragrant at night, smelling like papaya. It can be grown in protected areas of Northern California and I know of many plants which survived the 1990 freeze. It is tender enough that leaves will be lost below about 27°F, but all the plants I know of in the Monterey Bay Area survived the sobering 1990 freeze (20°F, or thereabouts) without protection. It is a relatively fast grower under cool conditions and possibly the best for wet winter survival. Sunset zones 16-17, 21-24/USDA zone 7b.