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Typhonium roxburghii (Dwarf Voodoo Lily) slide #12416
Sauls Rd.

Typhonium roxburghii (Dwarf Voodoo Lily)

Part Sun to ShadeZone: 7-10 12" tall Origin: Tropical Asia

Open House/Web-Only! (syn: Typhonium blumei) "Honey...I shrunk the amorphophallus." Thanks to Jim Waddick for sharing this stunning and easy-to-grow little aroid that is completely unknown to all but the most devout plant geeks. The glossy green, hastate-shaped leaves emerge in June to make a small, 1' tall (with age) x 1' wide clump. After the leaves emerge, the clump begins producing flowers like a limp, dwarf Amorphophallus konjac, with an equally interesting aroma. This is a great specimen subject for the woodland garden. If you have neighbors that you hate, plant one near their open window for a great laugh! We previously offered this under the incorrect name of Typhonium divaricatum. Pot size: 24 fl. oz (709.77 ml)

#02535 - $12.00  

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