(syn: Amorphophallus albispathus AGA-1023) This is a particularly nice form we selected from an Alan Galloway collection in Thailand. These are all cutting-propagated. The glossy green leaves top an 18" tall flesh-colored petiole. Once the tuber is large enough, it will produce an 18" tall spike topped with a slightly sweet-smelling creamy white appendage...looks good enough to swallow! If you're looking for an unusual flower arrangement, just think Lorena Bobbitt and poof...you've got a most unusual vase specimen for the master bath. This collection is native to the limestone cliffs of Phang-Nga Bay, Thailand.