(aka: Amorphophallus albispathus AGA-1017) We are pleased to offer a few of our glaucous leaf forms of Amorphophallus albispathus. This south-central Thailand species typically has green foliage, but there are a few populations where the foliage tends toward blue. Our offerings are seed grown, so each plant is slightly different. The unspotted flesh colored petioles that support the leaves top out at 18" tall when mature. The snow cone like flowers are also held atop 18" petioles in spring. When dormant, the tubers can be stored dry or left in the containers sans water. This form of Amorphophallus albispathus is found in the salt-spray prone limestone cliffs of Phang-Nga Bay, Thailand.