Amorphophallus ongsakulii – Fern Leaf Voodoo Lily (check back in June)

Amorphophallus ongsakulii is a very unique and rare plant that happens to be one of the smallest in the genus. It almost looks like a mini Australian tree fern. Highly desirable for the aroid collector. Winter dormant.

Does not come with flowers, but is mature to bloom.
Photo #2 shows an example on size plant for sale.


Amorphophallus ongsakulii was discovered in the rain forest of Laos in 2004 by Alan Galloway and Annop Ongsakul and described in 2006. This is a miniature form of Amorphophallus known as the Fern-Leaf Voodoo Lily. It is perhaps the smallest species of Amorphophallus. The small size bulbs produce delicate 3″ tall green stem and the leaves up on top. Almost looks like a mini Australian  tree fern.

The tiny flower emerges alongside the stems in the spring time.

It is easy to grow and likes the shade. Average water during the warm months, less in the winter when dormant.

Very rare and unique! Make sure to keep the tag in the plant because it is very easy to lose it in your greenhouse among the other giant plants during the winter when sleeping.

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