Kokedama by Utah-based Charlotte Catherine (charlottecatherine.com), using Alocasia 'African Mask’. Kokedama (translation "moss ball") is the practice of removing a root system from its container, surrounding it in a mud cake traditionally made partly made from clay-based akadama bonsai soil, wrapping it in moss then winding it in string.
Regardless of how you grow them, fertilizing alocasia plants is essential to their healthy growth. You can learn about alocasia plant feeding and when to fertilize alocasia in the article that follows. Simply click here for more information.