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ohh, ohh, baby, baby

Posted by Enterotoxigenic00 10 (My Page) on
Sat, May 11, 13 at 16:01

My newest arrival. The wait was several months.
But I think she's worth it. She's 3 weeks old today.
The purple-ish coloration on the underside of the
large leaf is due to the evening light
shining in the window. The offset is tipped in purple.
love it

This post was edited by Enterotoxigenic00 on Sat, May 11, 13 at 16:06

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RE: ohh, ohh, baby, baby

do you know what variety it is. I would love to buy one

RE: ohh, ohh, baby, baby

Looks like a MASONIANA (MASON CONGO). But again there is so many different ones out there not to mention the hybrids. Also the Mason Congo is no longer used. But as with so many other names that come and go.
Norma or Chris or Mike can help here more than I.
Maybe Roberto2

RE: ohh, ohh, baby, baby

Just came in late here!! Very nice.
Stush I think you are right on! S. masoniana has those purple new growths! Nice!

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