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Alocasia araceae

    In the March-April edition of Pond & Garden Magazine (published in USA)
there is an article titled "Hot Selling Aquatic Plants to Buy Early". One
suggested plant is Alocasia araceae, introduced by Suwanee Laboratories,
which is described as "a multi-colored taro, A. a., featuring splashes of
lavender , yellow, white, and pink in its leaves". Is anyone familiar with
this plant or Suwanee Laboratories? Can anyone provide information on how to
contact a distributor of this plant? Any help would be much appreciated.

Gabe Thomas

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