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Re: Zamioculcas

The narrow-leaf form has been called Z. lancifolia but it's simply part of
Z. zamiifolia. The genus is monospecific.


Peter C. Boyce
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-----Original Message-----
From: Piabinha@aol.com <Piabinha@aol.com>
To: boyce@pothos.demon.co.uk <boyce@pothos.demon.co.uk>
Date: 06 February 1999 01:21
Subject: Zamioculcas

>many people in our local indoor gardening society are now growing Z.
>zamiifolia, which has very nice rounded, thick leaves.
>my plant which was bought at the philadelphia flower show a few years ago
>very pointed, long leaves.  is this a different species or just a
>i was told that the genus was monotypic.
>tsuh yang chen, nyc

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