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A New Variegated Tall single leafed species

Posted by RainforestGuy none (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 1, 11 at 19:53

This tall single leafed species grows rather slow but itsvariegation os quite unique and distinct.
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It's difficult to find those species that are evenly variegated with good coloration in a variegated form
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RE: A New Variegated Tall single leafed species

Very nice RainforestGuy, But why is the leaves so bent out of shape? Is that the way you got this. I would love to see it after it is well grown.
Thanks for the picturs,
Stush


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RE: A New Variegated Tall single leafed species

Wind knocked it over before it was established to grow. Then when they rooted, the leaves remained in this form.


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RE: A New Variegated Tall single leafed species

RainforestGuy,
Not hearing from you. Hope you are ok. The above picture, are you going to see what happens with leaf cuttings? You have the variegated touch. Maybe if you luck out with this one, I would like one.
Stush


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