We always love seed set on the love lily, Amorphophallus kiusianus. This species is one of the few amorphophallus which sets seed without a mate. The seed start out a raspberry pink and gradually mature to blue. Seed can be planted once they turn blue, but will not germinate until the following June.
Decorative fruit and seed pods add to your garden’s interest year round and are a food source birds and other wildlife.
We just couldn’t resist sharing this fall photo of the seedheads of Amorphophallus henryi in the garden…what a fascinating fall feature!