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Re: [aroid-l] Cultural tips for Chlorospatha?

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Cultural tips for Chlorospatha?
  • From: Aroideae@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2004 12:50:24 EST

hi michael,

this isn't a Chlorospatha or a Xanthosoma but rather, a Caladium.  i've seen 
the flowers, so i'm sure it's not Chlorospatha.  still, it's one of the 
Caladiums that grow in similar habitats, in the same conditions.  they don't really 
go dormant but do seem to go up and down periodically, during the year, for no 
reason i can figure out.  lovely, little plant!  the largest leaf i've seen 
was about 30 cm long.  thanks for posting the photo!

Here is the link to my gallery page for those of you who wish to see the 
Chlorospatha "China".  Thanks Lynn, Michael, and others for all your tips.  
this works, you may have to cut and paste it.  Michael Mattlage


Let me know what you think...

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