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Amorphophallus Bulbifer, Voodoo Lily, Devils Tongue, Corpse Flower Bulb

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Unleash the Voodoo Lily! Grow the Amorphophallus Bulbifer Bulb & witness its stunning flower & unique bulblets. Order yours today!

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Unleash the Magic: Amorphophallus Bulbifer Bulb

Bring a touch of the exotic to your garden with the Amorphophallus bulbifer bulb, also known as the Voodoo Lily. This fascinating plant goes through a dramatic cycle, offering unique foliage and a spectacular bloom when mature.


  • Timing: Plant your bulb in late winter or early spring when the danger of frost has passed.
  • Location: Choose a sheltered, shady spot with well-drained, fertile soil.
  • Potting: Plant your bulb in a pot at least 4 inches wider than the bulb itself. Bury smaller bulbs 2-3 inches deep, and adjust for larger ones.
  • Outdoor planting: you can plant your bulb directly in the ground, following the same depth guidelines.

Care Tips:

  • Watering: Water regularly during the growing season, keeping the soil consistently moist but not soggy. Allow the top inch of soil to dry slightly between waterings.
  • Feeding: During the growing season, feed your plant with a balanced liquid fertilizer every 2-3 weeks.
  • Dormancy: As winter approaches, the plant’s foliage will die back. Reduce watering and allow the bulb to go dormant. You can either leave it in the ground (in frost-free zones) or dig it up and store it in a cool, dry place until spring.
  • Flowering: It may take a few years for your Amorphophallus bulbifer to mature and bloom. When it does, the flower will emit a short-lived, unpleasant odor meant to attract flies for pollination. This odor only lasts for a few hours.

Additional Notes:

  • This bulb produces small bulblets on its leaves, which can be separated and planted to create new plants.
  • While the flower’s odor might be unpleasant, the rest of the plant is non-toxic. However, it’s always recommended to wear gloves when handling any plant material.

With proper care, your Amorphophallus bulbifer bulb will reward you with its captivating beauty for years to come!

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