(aka: Amorphophallus sizemoreae AGA-553) This recently described species comes from Thailand where it was discovered by plant explorer Mary Sizemore of Florida. Amorphophallus sizemoreae produces lovely dark-green, red-edged leaves atop an 18" stalk. The flower is an attractive white cup with a well-tanned organ perched like a diver on a platform ready to leap into the water. If Mary liked this enough for it to bear her name, she must agree that it is quite a plant. Our plants are propagated from a 1999 Alan Galloway expedition.