I have a beautiful little alocasia plant that does super wonderful during the summer but always seems to suffer when I bring it inside for winter. I have many other house plants that I keep in great condition pretty easily but this one has always evaded me. I’ve left a picture to show the unfortunate condition it’s in. I’d love any and all advice on how to make it feel any better! Thanks.
It, likely, gets overwatered during the winter! This appears to be the case.
Make sure that the soil has plenty of time to dry out, thoroughly, down to about 1 or 2 inches, between watering. This may require a meter, but you will be able to do it without one as long as you check with your finger. Don't let it dry out any more than that, but don't let it stay wet, either.
Here is an article that will help you with testing moisture:
You may need a fungicide, as well. This article will help:
This article will help you with the care of the plant, indoors:
I bought one of these plants (4-5 inch) pot and the leaves began to turn yellow and die. My method to identifying WHEN to water is with a meter for plants. This is when I knew it was good to water. I have lost leaves but 2 new ones are in its place. However, the color of the new leaves are green with a slight yellow in it; I feel I am going to lose them, too. It is in front a window that only provides indirect bright light. What is my issue? I love this plant!
Likely, it is lacking in light, from your description. If you cannot provide more in a natural way, then it will be necessary to supplement with a horticultural grade light fixture. 100 watts will be plenty.
Here are some articles to help you with the care of your Alocasia: