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Rare Black Bat Plant -Tacca chanterii - Exotic Houseplant - 4" Pot

Rare Black Bat Plant -Tacca chanterii - Exotic Houseplant - 4" Pot
Item# rare-black-bat-plant-tacca-chanterii--exotic-houseplant--4quot-po4
Regular price: $22.95
Sale price: $21.80
Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

Product Description

Produces a sinister looking nearly black flower that looks like a black bat in flight The center of the flower develops a small bat face Native to India, Malaysia and some of the islands in the Indo-Pacific region Also called the "Devil's Plant" The starter plant you will receive is growing in a 4" pot

Haunting, possibly even evil is this fascinating plant displaying the rudiments of a bat. Large whiskered face is surrounded by luscious green leaves and given the right conditions makes a nice house plant, too. It is also called the "Devil's Plant".

Proper name: Tacca chantrierei If you like to collect and grow bizarre plants then this family of plants is for you. The rare Black Bat Plant produces a sinister looking nearly black flower that looks like a black bat in flight. The center of the flower develops a small bat face. These plants are native to India, Malaysia and some of the islands in the Indo-Pacific region.