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Native to warm subtropical to tropical areas of eastern Asia, including Vietnam, Japan and China south to Indonesia, Amorphophallus konjac has been know by several other scientifi c names including A. rivieri, A. rivieri var. konjac, A. mairei, and Hydrosme rivieri as well as numerous common names including Devil's tongue, dragon plant, elephant.


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Amorphophallus (from Ancient Greek amorphos, "without form, misshapen" + phallos, "penis", referring to the shape of the prominent spadix) is a large genus of some 200 tropical and subtropical tuberous herbaceous plants from the Arum family ( Araceae ), native to Asia, Africa, Australia and various oceanic islands.


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Amorphophallus Rivieri Konjac is on another level with extraordinary 5' reddish-purple blooms, and while it may take a couple of years for your bulb to flower, it's well worth the wait! In the meantime, you can enjoy watching as your plant becomes established by developing a forest of 6' tall mottled trunks and palm-like foliage.


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Amorphophallus konjac K. Koch is one of the most widely used species, belonging to the Araceae family. Amorphophallus rivieri Durand ex Carriere or konjac are its synonyms. It is commonly called "ju ruo" in Chinese, "konnyaku" (yam cake) in Japanese, and "gonyak" in Korean.


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Native to warm subtropical to tropical areas of eastern Asia, including Vietnam, Japan and China south to Indonesia, Amorphophallus konjac has been known by several other scientific names including A. rivieri, A. rivieri var. konjac, A. mairei, and Hydrosme rivieri as well as numerous common names including Devil's tongue, dragon plant, elephant.


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Amorphophallus konjac K. Koch is one of the most widely used species, belonging to the Araceae family. Amorphophallus rivieri Durand ex Carriere or konjac are its synonyms. It is commonly called "ju ruo" in Chinese, "konnyaku" (yam cake) in Japanese, and "gonyak" in Korean.


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Amorphophallus konjac Taxonomy ID: 78372 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid78372) current name Amorphophalluskonjac K.Koch, 1858


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Origin: China Pot Size: Bare Root / 3.5" pot (24 fl. oz/0.7 L) $28.00 Quantity Buy Now (aka: Amorphophallus, Hydrosme rivieri) This unusual, hardy, tuberous aroid has one giant divided leaf on top of a 4-5' tall, green and purple mottled, fleshy stalk (petiole).

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Amorphophallus konjac, (previously Amorphophallus rivieri) commonly called devil's tongue, konjaku, konnyaku, or voodoo lily, is an herbaceous, corm-producing perennial native to forest margins and open thickets from the southern Himalayas through southeast Asia.


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Amorphophallus konjac (syn. A. rivieri) (ex: Jonathan Lehrer) - Amorphophallus konjac Is among the easiest Devil's Tongue or Voodoo Lily to grow; it is a good starting plant for any and all interested in this fascinating genus in the bizarre and fabulous aroid complex.


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If you want to grow an exotic-looking plant in your garden, try Amorphophallus rivieri, also known by another scientific name, Amorphophallus konja, and commonly called devil's tongue and voodoo lily. When this fleshy, frost-tender perennial blooms, it creates a visually striking and smelly statement in the garden.


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Amorphophallus konjac in bloom Amorphophallus konjac male (top) and female (bottom) flowers Japanese konjac gel, with hijiki seaweed mixed in Konjac corm used for preparing food Sashimi konnyaku, usually served with a miso -based dipping sauce rather than soy sauce


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Amorphophallus konjac, or Voodoo Lily, is a herbaceous, cormous, perennial plant found in forest margins and thickets in China. It has glossy brown edible corms (bobo-tuber) that produce rhizomatous offsets each year. The plant is widely cultivated in Japan and China as food source and as an ornamental.


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Amorphophallus konjac konjaku A tuberous perennial producing a single flower in summer consisting of a shiny, red-purple spathe and tall, paddle-like, brown spadix.


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Amorphophallus konjac K. Koch, synonym A. rivieri Durieu, has been used in China, Japan, and South East Asia for thousands of years as an important crop plant and traditional medicine (Li and Long Citation 1998, Li et al. Citation 2010; Chua et al. Citation 2010).Currently, there was no complete chloroplast genome sequence of any species from genus Amorphophallus available in the GenBank database.


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Amorphophallus konjac : A broadleaf deciduous perennial aroid bulb / corm / tuber with green foliage and purple and black flowers in spring. To grow well, it prefers bright shade - shade and regular water. Prefers to be dry when dormant. Grows best in well-drained, rich and average soil. In need of something humidity tolerant, heat tolerant and verticillium wilt resistant?