Re: do you know what they are.
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- From: Neil Carroll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 21:35:52 -0600 (CST)
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> From: Pugturd@aol.com <Pugturd@aol.com>
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> Date: Tuesday, March 07, 2000 10:01 PM
> Subject: do you know what they are.
> Dear Brian,
> Have NO idea what these are---where did they come from??
> Sometimes folks make up names, hope not in your case!! Let us know what
> the leaves of the Colocasia look like!!
> >Hello this is Brian Williams. I have just got some aroids in the mail
> week that look very unusual. Here is a list. If any one can tell me
> about them besides they are aroids and have big leafs please do. THANKS
> the Colocasia listed is said to be very interesting and rare??
> Alocasia Kira
> Colocasia mutant "Cobarde"
> Xanthosoma Jacquinii 'Lindinii
> Xanthosoma Jacquinii 'Lindinii Blanca
> Xanthosoma Jacquinii 'Lindinii lila
> Xanthosoma Jacquinii 'Lindinii amarillo(yellow)
> Xanthosoma Saggatifolia 'Palmera'
Could you be talking about Caladium lindenii?? Name changed a few years