We are pleased to finally be able to release another of the winter-hardy voodoo lilies from Yunnan, China. A. yuloensis produces a 2' tall green stalk (occasionally with a few silver spots), topped with a large, deeply cut, tropical-looking leaf. The creamy flower is very similar to A. yunnanensis, except that A. yuloensis is perched on a shorter stalk (4") but is slightly more endowed in the length of its creamy "organ." After flowering, A. yuloensis produces a stunning stalk of blue fruit, equaling the beauty of the flower. A. yuloensis rarely offsets underground, but instead forms warty offsets on top of the leaf in the manner of A. bulbifer...except they are more flattened. This is a clone from Florida aroid collector Dewey Fisk.