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Amorphophallus gigas! Giant Arum!

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Amorphophallus are awesome plants that belong to the Aropid family! They produce smelly flowers when large enough! When out of flower,  they produce a single stem with an umbrella-like canopy. Some of the giant species can take years to bloom and even then don't produce a flower every year! Truly fascinating!

There are so many plants that enjoy the same conditions as Nepenthes, most love high humidity and bright indirect light. Aroids, bromeliads, ferns, and orchids are just a few companion plants for Nepenthes. We love adding bromeliads between our tropical pitcher plants for a burst of color and texture! They also look nice mounted on driftwood. Ferns add a softness to the environment and really make the colorful pitchers stand out. Aroids add bizarre leaf shapes and orchids make great conversation pieces! The list goes on! Our collection has grown significantly over the years and we regularly take divisions from some of our favorite gems.  Adding these treasures to your collection can really elevate the aesthetic of your grow space and allow you to enjoy it even more. We have been multiplying some of our companion plants and they will be available here from time to time.

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RARER than titanum itself, this species produces a whopping 9ft tall stem with a large, smelly flower on top that looks like a…Anyway! Call the news channel when this one blooms! Oh, and tell your neighbors to close their windows! A great plant for lowland conditions. Feed it well and don’t overwater! The images show a sample of mature specimens in the wild. We are offering seedlings 3-4 years away from flowering. , single crown growths. 

Warm Tropical conditions.