Pot Size: 8.5cm
Description: Its always good to meet up with old friends, which was the case with finding this species growing in the Seburi Mountains, near Fukuoka on the island of Kyushu Japan, in late autumn of 2015. Where it was frequently seen in bright red fruit on sturdy stems, resulting from the spring borne inflorescence composed of a dark purple-green spathe striped white, the upper limb held out at an angle, exposing the pale green cylindrical spadix, rounded at its apex. With two, pedate leaves divided into 7-13, leaflets. A species synonymous with A. japonicum, with stems purple mottled to plain green, 1m tall. Best grown with extreme drainage just below the tuber, but surrounded by humus rich drained soil.
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