(aka: Amorphophallus asterostigmatus AGA-2004D3) It was fascinating to see this rare species in situ (a fancy botanic word meaning where it grows naturally) in the Lop Buri region of Thailand. In the wild, Amorphophallus asterostigmatus is usually wedged tightly between large boulders where drainage is good and soil is at a minimum. The offsetting rhizomes produce 18" tall, gorgeous tan/pink stems, usually highlighted with black spots. The white spathe and spadix sit atop a 1' tall stalk. We think Amorphophallus asterostigmatus 'Superspot' makes a superb manageable-sized container specimen where it is not winter hardy. Amorphophallus asterostigmatus 'Superspot' is a fast-offsetting, 26" tall clone that we selected from an Alan Galloway seedling collection as having the largest dark cinnamon spots.