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Chinese Clivia

Just learned today from a fellow flower show judge in CT about
Chinese Clivias.  These are variegated plants that are grown for
foliage - the flowers are said to be insignificant.  Supposedly
they are rare and extremely expensive - which may be why I
haven't come across them before.  I looked at the website, and
I must say I don't think I have missed too much, but I don't like
to be ignorant.  Am I the only one who has missed these?
At least, I hope I'm not too old to learn something new.


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