This Amorphophallus is native to Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. The leaves may be spotted or all green. It was formerly called Pseudodracontium lacourii.
This is a new species for us. It has very unusual tubers that are long and thin. The leaf is highly divided with a narrow pale green spathe on a tall stalk that has a long lime-green spadix. It is native to Central and West Thailand.
*These plants are coming out of dormancy and just starting to poke out of the soil.
The world’s smallest Amorphophallus. This miniature species reaches only 6 inches tall or less with deep-green, white-speckled leaves. The inflorescence is an ampoule shaped spathe about a half inch tall with a spadix that grows to about 3 to 4 inches tall.
A rarity only described in 2001 is sometimes confused with A. pygmaeus in the trade, but is a much rarer and smaller plant. This is the genuine article! Grow in bright shade, using a well-draining media and when dormant, leave bulbs in the soil and do not water.
This Amorphophallus could possibly be a new species. The leaves are intricate with scalloped edges.