Taxonomy Colocasia esculenta var. esculenta
Habit Medium in height, moderately spreading, producing 2-5 ‘ohā.
Corm Flesh chalky white with yellowish fibers; cortex whitish.
Petiole Light reddish-brown indistinctly diffused with yellowish-green, purplish at apex, red at edge, white at the base.
Leaf blade Sagittate, dark green with bluish cast; piko purple; lobes acute with shallow, narrow sinus.
Origin Hawaiian variety.
Cultivation Wetland cultivation; matures in 12-15 months.
Uses Poi taro.
Comments Named after Pololū Valley, Kohala district of Hawai‘i.