Amorphophallus crispifolius is a recently published (2012), species discovered by NC plantsman Alan Galloway on an expedition in Khammouane Province, Laos. Amorphophallus crispifolius is a small species that emerges from a long finger-like tuber. The 10" tall stalks are topped with a green amorphophallus-like leaf with very serrate (crispy) edges. The inflorescences are like white snow-cones revealing a well-endowed fleshy pink spadix with a white head...send yours to school with your kids for show and tell. If your Amorphophallus crispifolius is able to successfully mate, you'll be rewarded with a stalk of lovely cobalt blue berries.