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    Are there any growers of this species out there? Has anyone flowered it, or can anyone provide me with a source for this plant?
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    I don't know what color the flowers of mine are... it won't flower for me. I'll let you know if it flowers white....
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    Thanks, and I hope your plants flower soon!
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    Speaking of longifolia, hows does this plant look? I've never seen another longifolia and am wondering if this plant looks "normal".

    [img]http://home.**********.com/homer/longifolia.jpg[/img]

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    Yup that's how mine looks!

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    The photo shows a plant in its juvenille form. Those leaves can get to over an inch wide and up to a foot long, thick and leathery. It is looking very happy under your care.
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    Are you serious? A foot long! Wow! Mine have topped out at about 7 inches so far.

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    My plant is constantly covered with a purplish spotting that seems to destroy the stolens eventually. I have never seen a longifolia that's completely green like that. Does anybody else have this problem with their longifolia? It seems to ameliorate or intensify according to some condition that i haven't nailed down yet. Humidity? Light? Temperature?

    Your plant looks nice!
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