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Re: Rhodospatha species

  • Subject: Re: Rhodospatha species
  • From: RAYMOMATTLA@cs.com
  • Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2010 11:39:53 EST

Harry,  I think Asiatica sells one labeled as a Syngonium.  There were 2 forms that were TC'd a while back,  one going as "narrow leaf form" and one as "wide leaf form."  I think Black Jungle carried the narrow leaf form.  Im not sure if they are seperate species or ?  Tom can correct me but I think the wide leaf form is R. bogneri.  I could be completely off though.
I used to grow R. picta but it died last winter.  It was one of my favorite plants.  I wish the genus was more widely cultivated.

Michael Mattlage
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