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Re: ID needed

Thanks, Sheldon...I think Christopher has it right, from what I can tell by googling some pics. The venation is a lot more pronounced than A. macrorhiza.
In a message dated 9/12/2008 9:15:04 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, sfhatheway@yahoo.com writes:

Looks like an Alocasia - perhaps macrorhiza?


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Does anyone know what this plant is? Found it at a local garden center. Sorry for the blurry pic of the bloom!



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