Bright indirect light for about six hours a day is enough to keep these houseplants healthy.
Alocasia Dragon Tooth has medium water requirements, which means they don't like to completely dry out, but they also don't like to sit in standing water. You want to let the soil dry out until 3/4 of the soil is dry. Alocasia Dragon Tooth do not like to be over watered so if you are unsure about if it's necessary to water them, it's best to err on the side of caution and refrain from the rain head! When you water these houseplants, saturate the soil and let the water run through the drainage holes in the pot. Well draining soil is very important for plants like Alocasia Dragon Tooth. These houseplants simply do not tolerate wet feet.
Temperatrue: Between 60-80 degrees. The more humidity the better for Alocasia Dragon Tooth. Fertilize when the plant is actively growing during the warmer months. Use a ¼ diluted complete liquid fertilizer when watering or you can use seaweed or fish emulsion.