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Variegated amorphs and others?

  • Subject: Variegated amorphs and others?
  • From: santoury@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2010 21:12:28 -0400

Does anybody have any amorphs to trade (or sell)? 
Variegated amorphs would be great.  
Some of us were at the Miami IAS show. My good buddy pointed out one (among hundreds) of bulbifer that had white tips on each leaflet. It does not look like burn. Did anybody else notice this plant? Is this something new? 

Hopefully some of us are still alive on here :) 

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