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Re: Fridays: Name this plant


In a message dated 6/12/1998 5:03:40 PM Central Daylight Time, briard-
hosta@kos.net writes:

<< It does not look like Sieboldiana Elegans, and the flowers buds are now
 showing  to be lilac/purple. It did have a bluish cast a month ago,
 however it is now more green.  >>
Peri:
I suspect it is one of the "Fortunei Group," possibly Robusta or Obscura(since
you mentioned a bluish cast). It could also be 'Elata'.
How many pairs of veins? Is the flower distictly lavender/purple? What is the
shape of the leaf? 
Clyde Crockett z5
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