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supposed to be Nymph Fly

Posted by ima_digger 9 SE FL (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 24, 11 at 16:07

I received a leaf last year. It's supposed to be Nymph Fly. According to description Nymph fly is supposed to be a semi-miniature. I'm waiting for it to bloom. One of the leaves is 3" long. Any ideas what violet is could be?

Here is a link that might be useful: Nymph Fly?

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RE: supposed to be Nymph Fly

The link you provided is broken so I haven't been able to view a picture. If it's just a single leaf that is much longer than the others it may just be a random mutation that occurred when that leaf was growing. It may still be Nymph Fly, especially if the leaves you received were "dark green, plain, pointed, spooned." Contacting the seller is probably your best bet if it turns out to not be the plant you ordered, as there are so many other plants that there is no way to definitively identify any of them, but the grower may know what it is because their collection will be much smaller.

RE: supposed to be Nymph Fly

Don't know what happened to pic, but here is the direct link:

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