Re: Homalomena 'Harlequin'
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- Subject: Re: Homalomena 'Harlequin'
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 17:24:00 -0500 (CDT)
Ooohh, you make me blush, Geoffrey.
This Homalomena 'Harlequin' was registered in The Netherlands quite a long
while ago, together with another one. It is indeed a wallisii cultivar but
to my knowledge a selected strain with particular foliage shape. Not a
cultivar orginated from a hybridisation, as far as I know.
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Sent: woensdag 4 april 2001 22:49
Subject: Homalomena 'Harlequin'
> Hi everyone,
> I recently purchased a plant of Homalomena "harlequin". Does anyone know
> anything about this plant? It appears to be a selected cultivar of H.
> wallisii, with large rounded leaves beautifully splashed with lime-green.
> this the case or have Homalomenas been hybridised at all? If so what is
> My thanks also to Wilbert, the shipment of Amorphs arrived safe and sound
> in great condition. Really appreciate the chance to see and grow these
> which otherwise we would only dream about! All those who benefit from your
> generosity owe you a debt of thanks.
> Geoffrey Kibby
> London, UK