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Re: Raphidophora or Monstera?

At 09:10 PM 6/13/2000 -0500, you wrote:

>It IS Monstera dubia...why doesn't anyone believe me????

Well,  I believe you Pete and I have labeled my pictures as such.

I think I have tricked Geoffrey into sending me a snippet when he gets his
stock grown out. I want to see what it looks likes up close.  It's been 6
months since I saw it at Fairchild Gardens and I cant get this strange
plant out of my mind.  It would be grand to grow it here.


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