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(aka Amorphophallus ochroleucus AGA-831) This little-known species hails from the Gai Lai province of North Vietnam. This lovely clone, with an 18" tall olive stem highlighted by black-purple spots, is topped with a solitary palm-like leaf. Amorphophallus ochroleucus is unique among related species such as Amorphophallus krausei and Amorphophallus salmoneus in that it flowers in midsummer while the plant is in foliage. The inflorescence is composed of a short flesh-colored spathe stained in purple, cuddling a creamy white spadix...very cute as amorphophallus go.