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I was given a plant that looks somewhat like the species acetosum, but has a
label of formatosum.  I have searched all my books and all the species sites
on the web to no avail.  My friend in England said she had one once but has
not seen them available.  Does anyone know about this?  Is it something that
was named in error in the past?  It is supposed to have a darker coral
flower compared to acetosum.  The foliage and habit seem similar.


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