Kyushu Voodoo Lily
An aroid native to subtropical forests in southeastern China, Taiwan and southern Japan, with a strange, smelly, greenish, white spotted inflorescence that can grow to nearly 2 m tall in spring from the plants large underground tuber. The densely clustered fruits ripen from bright pink to blue. The single, compoundly pinnate, large leaf appears after the inflorescence. This plant is a cold hardy and easy to cultivate alternative to the magnificent tropical Amorphophallus and will even thrive in a moderately sized pot.