Scientific name: Alocasia odora
Under their wax: Araceae. BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Mint is perennial, herbaceous, stem (petiole) thick, spongy and succulent. Tree height of about 1 m, which usually grow in wetlands and moist. The bulbous roots as a "root." Mint leaves to the arrow-shaped, 30-90 cm long, middle veins running along the length of the leaf
Petioles mints often used as the tomato soup, cooked ribs bung, bung noodles, fish soup, fish noodles, pickles, fried royal mint flowers, perilla mint roll ...