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Re: [Aroid-l] Aglaonema 'Abidjan'.

At 11:14 AM 7/30/2006, Bluesea wrote:
I don't know if these attachments will come thru sent this way, but will try.
I'm just wondering if Aglaonema 'Abidjan' is common among Aroid collectors.  Is it in your collection? 
Someone has indicated that they've seen one that could be 'Abidjan' being sold at a WalMart, anyone
seen this and know that it is 'Abidjan'???
central Fla

Gosh. something that looks exactly like this was sold as an aquarium plant back in the dark ages. apparently some of these things will grow for a while underwater, before the inevitable happens, which is a sorry state indeed. but i DO remember buying this at Aqua Stock, on maybe Reyerson Street in NY, Aquarium Stock Company, Herbert Axelrod, prop.  I had aquariums as an excuse to have underwater plants, the fish were only just kind of THERE, for me back then.

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