Amorphophallus konjac

£12.00

Amorphophallus konjac, Voodoo Lily. One finely divided leaf is produced per year with a stem that looks like pink snakeskin. This species makes a handsome houseplant in a well lit spot.

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Description

Name: Amorphophallus konjac

Common name: Voodoo Lily

Plant Description: Tuberous and winter dormant. One finely divided leaf is produced per year with a stem that looks like pink snakeskin. These are small tubers that are produced every year and need a couple more years to reach blooming size, though this species makes a handsome houseplant in a well lit spot.

Pot Size (cm): 10cm

Product height (cm): Up to 50cm

Flowering size: No

Flower description:  Produced in spring, the flower is a very large and purple spathe and spadix arrangement that emits a very strong smell of carrion, albeit briefly. Only blooms on mature plants.

In bud/bloom: No

Temperature: Intermediate/Warm, can be kept cool while dormant.

Fragrance:

Method of Propagation: Division of tubers

Grower: Kevin

Plant profile:

Please note plants pictured are examples only

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