I'm in love. Deeply, madly, and passionately.
(If you translate that and have a dirty mind, okay, yes, that statement seems a bit naughty. But I'm hoping you don't do that.)
Amorphophallus is such an awesome genus. Although I only have three species and one related one, these babies are ones I plan on keeping around--and continuing to add to--when I cull my collection this fall. I'm still running out of room indoors (I filled the spaced I freed up by moving my collection outside), and the plants won't have room to come back inside this fall. So, I have to be more selective in what I'm growing. Things like Amorphophallus and Sinningia, which have dormant stages during the winter months, are perfect. The three Monstera deliciosa pots I have growing out front? Perhaps not as reasonable.
Anyway, on to the Amorphophallus love.
The Plant List says it (and many other names) is now Typhonium venosum. It sent up one leaf in the spring--and a few weeks ago, it send up a second. But it didn't come directly from the tuber--it seemed to form from the side of the main leaf, kind of like Philodendron or Colocasia.