Officially known as Amorphophallus Bulbifer, this
plant is native to the monsoonal forests of northern and
eastern India and Nepal. It thrives in a warm temperate climate.
of a single multi -branched leaf carried on a dark, marbled
stalk, the plant's foliage will reach three feet in 6-inch pots. In
winter, the leaf dies and the plant remains dormant in a round
With the arrival of warmer weather it puts out a
peach colored flower stalk.
Amorphophallus bulbifer does well in a warm temperate climate in a
protected spot under filtered light. It can also be successfully grown
in a pot.