It is native to Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.
It was growing at home, if it was outdoors, the petiole would be shorter.
The plant on the left was my largest Amorphophallus konjac.
It was 70 mm in diameter, 50 mm tall and it weighed 129g. (75/53/134 before the leaf).
In 2011 I planted my Amorphophallus tubers in the garden, a few rainy cold days came in June and the tuber rot.
That summer killed also my largest A. konjac tuber, a newly bought Arisaema utile and a half of Arisaema speciosum tubers.
| The IAS: Amorphophallus napalensis|
Tropicos: Amorphophallus napalensis
CATE Araceae: Amorphophallus napalensis
|Alan Galloway: Amorphophallus napalensis|