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Re: Tibouchina

Hi Jim......
This one definitely looks like the larger leaf one that I have now,  that has 
yet to bloom.

No, no match on this one.  The leaves had heavy  variegation.  At first look, 
one would not think it was in the same family  at all.  I wish I had written 
down the botanical.  It was not in  bloom, but was told the blooms are purple, 
like the usual Tibouchina blooms, but  the foliage was totally different.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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