(VOODOO LILY) Weird – bizarre! You too can have ‘that voodoo that you do’ in the song! Attractive lobed foliage with a tropical look follows bloom in early summer…maroon purple spathes on tall stems highlighted with a spikey near black spadix to 20” long. Don’t plant this under your bedroom window; flower is pollinated by flies so fragrance is ‘Eau de Carrion’ and lasts a few days. Orange seeds in fall. Sun to part shade, water during growing season, happy in average to peaty soil. Easy.
USDA Z7 4” pot