These are our edible colocasia (Colocasia gigantea).
Here, we call it as 'Lumbu kubis' or talas.
Kubis means cabbage, caused by the texture almost similar to cabbage leaves.
The leaves are edible, and the tuber doesn't developed intensively as common colocasia.
They grow so well here in our warm humid garden.
Even more I grow them in a part shady area.
Growing quickly especially during the rainy season.
We really love to stir fry the leaves, delicious dish...
We harvest the leaves frequently, once in 2-3 weeks.