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Two more plants!!! One for Taylor

  • Subject: Two more plants!!! One for Taylor
  • From: santoury@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 31 Oct 2010 15:30:26 -0400

Hi guys! 
Just got back from a brief shopping endeavor and came home with supposedly a Philo. pinnatifidium (Please confirm.) (The Philo has small red blotches on the petioles and the lower leaves actually have a VERY FAINT dusting of gold speckles, not on the upper leaves. 
The second is for Taylor - Is this Alworthia Black Gem? Or another "thing"  ? Photo 14.jpg
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