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Sweet Snakeskin Lily (Amorphophallus galbra) Sweet Snakeskin Lily (Amorphophallus galbra)
Sweet Snakeskin Lily (Amorphophallus galbra)
Sweet Snakeskin Lily (Amorphophallus galbra)

Sweet Snakeskin Lily (Amorphophallus galbra)

The flowering spathe and petioles of this species are very mottled, which is why the plant was named after a snakeskin in Australia. It is a rare Amorphophallus species found in northern Australia, but also on New Guinea. Especially in drier patches of tropical forest with a rainy season and a period of drought. In the dry period, the pl.. Read more
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The flowering spathe and petioles of this species are very mottled, which is why the plant was named after a snakeskin in Australia. It is a rare Amorphophallus species found in northern Australia, but also on New Guinea. Especially in drier patches of tropical forest with a rainy season and a period of drought. In the dry period, the plant goes dormant as a tuber and in the rainy season, growth and flowering take place. The leaves can grow up to 1 metre tall, making it a relatively small Amorphophallus species. If the underground tuber has enough energy, the plant can flower with a green-brown-spotted spathe on a stem about 50 cm high. After pollination, red fruits form with generally 1 seed. 

Give the plant a well-drained soil and water as soon as the soil is dry. When the plant goes dormant, you can water much less and only moisten the soil occasionally. 

Sowing description: The already germinated seed can further develop into Sphagnum moss. When the first leaves form, it can be transferred to well-drained soil with organic matter.    

 

Product specification

Family:
Araceae
Scientific name:
Amorphophallus galbra
Common name:
Sweet Snakeskin Lily
Native to:
Australia and New Guinea
Sowing time:
All year round
Difficulty level:
Intermediate
Minimum temperature:
10 degrees Celsius

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Product specification

Family:
Araceae
Scientific name:
Amorphophallus galbra
Common name:
Sweet Snakeskin Lily
Native to:
Australia and New Guinea
Sowing time:
All year round
Difficulty level:
Intermediate
Minimum temperature:
10 degrees Celsius
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