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H Sea Lotus Leaf

  • Subject: H Sea Lotus Leaf
  • From: Doug Beilstein <bpatch@richnet.net>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2001 22:08:35 -0400

Hi all   Ray Bev Cindy Marion Charlie   and thanks for the great pics of
H. Sea Lotus Leaf.    I was trying to check out the pics against the
registration which in short form  plant 18-24 diam  16-19 high   leaf
9-10 wide  and 9.5  long   and 11 pairs of veins    some cup up and some
cup down     hybrid of wagon wheels   looks like you all got the right
plant thanks again    later doug

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