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Lil' Pink Dragon

Alocasia Baginda

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Baby Plant
Unique Foliage
Low Maintenance
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Nursery Pot
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Delivery & Returns

We deliver to the UK and Islands. Once placed, your order will be dispatched within 1-2 working days.

Please allow 2-4 business days to receive your delivery following dispatch.

Spend over £35 for free standard delivery on all products, including our large plants and pots.

If you don't love your order, message us within 30 days of delivery and we will help you return your order.

Find out more about our delivery and returns policy, or send us a message @prickleplantsuk.


I'm mad about mist, if you mist me regularly I'll love you forever!


I can handle a little shade that's thrown my way, but I prefer to be in bright, indirect sunlight.


Keep it consistent, once the top two inches of soil are dry, water me so I keep looking my best.
Botanical name
Alocasia Baginda
Elephant Ears Pink Dragon
Plant type
Indoor; Alocasia
Plant height (including pot)
Pet/baby safe?
Toxic to pets and babies
Growing Speed
Fast grower - max height 2m
Nursery pot size

Top tip

Give your Pink Dragon a dusting regularly to let the leaves soak up as much sunlight as possible.

About Lil' Pink Dragon

The Alocasia Baginda is known as the Pink Dragon plant because of its striking foliage. This baby Dragon plant is fast-growing, reaching heights up to 2m.

Your miniature Dragon Plant is a Southeast Asia native, so it likes it humid. The perfect spot is in your bathroom or kitchen, but if you want to keep it in your living room, no problem. Just give your Pink Dragon a daily mist, or its leaves may brown at the tips.

Although the name might suggest it, the Pink Dragon is actually easy to care for. They prefer a sunny spot with bright, indirect sunlight and temperatures between 16-27°C, although they can handle as low as 12°C.

Your Pink Dragon likes a regular watering schedule, watch out for overwatering it as its leaves may drop or turn yellow. If your Alocasia Baginda has any dead or dying leaves, feel free to remove these to help encourage new growth.

While your Pink Dragon may be small, this doesn't mean it is harmless, little plant is not pet and child friendly as it is toxic to them.

At Prickle, we are always here to hear you! Send us your Pink Dragon baby plant questions @prickleplantsuk.