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Amorphophallus pulchellus

10 (15)cm, an only in 2013 described dwarf species from central Laos threatened from extinction or already extinct in habitat: by autumn 2015 the only known population had been wiped out by road construction. The photo with the leaf shows the last specimen in habitat. Amorphophallus pulchellus makes rather broad leaf segments on a purplish tinged stalk and white spathe with a pale rosy-violet base and a long protruding yellow spadix. In winter keep dormant corms slightly moist at a minimum of some 20°C. 1.0 cm long tubers are already flowering size! VI-VII.

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dormant rhizomatous offset (0.5 cm)8813 € 9,99
dormant rhizomatous offset (0.5 cm)

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