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OT: Rapataceae

hi aroiders,

i'm sorry this is not an aroid but it's still a monocot... :-)

does anyone know anything about Stegolepis and this family?  i have seen some
of them recently and they are gorgeous fan-shaped plants with large and long
blades of green leaves.  are they in cultivation?  are they available
commercially?  i thought the habit was so pretty that they didn't even need
nice flowers.  does anyone know what the flowers look like in this family?

tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA

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