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[Aroid-l] Dieffenbachia 'Mary Alice'


Anyone know about or grow Dieffenbachia 'Mary Alice'?
It is a large plant and sold as Giant Dieffenbachia.
It is also a sensitive one, declines once it gets into
the lower 40sF. Anyone know the parentage? It has dark
green leaves with no markings but heavy variegation on
the leaf stems. It also has a musky kind of odor up
close. I attached a couple of photos.

Eric
orlando,FL z9b/10a




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