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Re: Venezuelan heliconia?


Rarity of Phenakospermum: I can't speak for Venezuela having never been
there but in Brazilian Amazonas Phenakospermum is, in many places,
exceedingly abundant, forming enormous stands in ruderal habitats, and
accompanied by multitudes of seedlings.

I know it's a big plant, but you didn't (in your first mailing) give any
indication of size.


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