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HAVE: Cliva for Strep

Posted by AachenElf z5 MN (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 16, 04 at 10:09

This is a 2-year-old seed raised plant. It has a leaf span of about 15 inches and is about 9 inches tall. When I purchased the seed, it was supposed to be the variegated kind, but the plant has shown no variegation in the leaves. I think it will probably be the orange flowered variety, but Im not sure. If grown correctly, it should flower in about 2 years.

I'm just getting into streps and would like to trade for at least 2-3 named plants, not cuttings. Thanks.

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