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Re: A few Questions

Some years ago there was - and probably still is - a good collection of taro
cvs at the Harold L. Lyon Arboretum of the University of Hawaii on Oahu. I
have photos of a several cvs and one of Lehua is in Aroids - Plants of the
Arum Family (first edition). There's also some info on them in Chapter 9.
It's interesting to know that some of these cvs are now being sold as
ornamentals. Samoa and other islands have different ones again.

Deni Bown

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