Taro Plant. Choose a pot at least 500 mm wide and deep and position in a bright or part shade spot. Also known as elephant ear and dasheen, taro can.
Hawaiians believe the taro plant to be sacred. Taro, commonly called elephant ear plants, will instantly provide the lushness of the tropics in your pond.however, feel free to plant up your annual borders and garden pots with them where they can reach nearly 5 feet tall! Taro (colocasia esculenta) is a plant with a starchy root similar to a potato, and it's used in popular dishes around the world, like hawaiian poi and many dishes in southeast asia,.