This plant was given to me by my sister three years ago. Her mother plant is 12 years old and grows in clumps of offset babies. When given to her the lady called it bunny ears. It has large fleshy leaves about 14 inches long and three inches wide. It loves to be really dry between waterings, in fact it gets very unhappy if kept too moist. It does not seem to mind being near a cold window in winter and thrives in the east window it is in. It's large green fleshy roots resemble orchid roots and started creeping out of the hole in the pot it was in so I repotted it in a slightly larger pot with miracle grow potting soil. It surprised me two months later with a flower stalk. My sister's plant has never flowered. The flower does not seem to have any real petals, just a whitish green covering with stamen peeping out of the jacket. It is a very slow growing plant and had only two leaves for two years, with the older leaves being replaced by new inner ones. This year it retained many leaves and grew very bulbous at the base of the plant. Has anyone seen this plant before or know what it is? I have been trying to identify it for a couple of years now.