On my 2005 visit to central Thailand, we always saw Amorphophallus tenuispadix growing in small organic pockets in limestone rocks. The 15" tall petioles are topped with glossy, green foliage. Amorphophallus tenuispadix is a fast-multiplying species that quickly fills a pot. The short flower stalks are topped with a white coat-like spathe, open in front like a flasher showing you his short but erect brown privates. Our offerings are propagated from a single maroon and pink stemmed clone from aroid expert Alan Galloway.