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Alocasia reversa, villanovii

speaking of that beautiful Colocasia, i have been growing an assortment of 
Alocasias since the spring.

i'm having lots of trouble growing reversa.  it seems to lose leaves as 
quickly as it grows new ones.  right now, it's down to one leaf.  is this 
species particularly hard to grow?

on the other hand, villanovii is quite beautiful...  and it doesn't seem so 

tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA

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