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Re: Aspidistra lurida 'Milky Way'

>Hi guys
>I did a quick google on Aglaonema costatum, and all I come up with 
>are all these fancy cultivars.
>The mother plant, labeled A. costatum, from the IAS show has a 
>growth habit and foliage that looks EXACTLY like Aspidistra lurida 
>Milky Way. Did the vendor forget to label a specific cultivar name 
>on this plant? Or is this the true, unmolested, natural species? 
>(With all those lovely yellow dots.)
>So, does anybody have a Bognera to trade? :)

Speaking of which, do you know where a person can get Aspidistra 
lurida 'Milky Way'?


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