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What is the name for the chartreuse leaved, purple veined plant on pages 18 and 19 of the Jan.-Feb 2012 issue of Green Scene ?

The article is "Big Ears! Learning about the World of Alocasia, Colocasia, and Xanthosoma" by Ilene Sternberg.
Last Updated: Jan 19, 2012  |  47 Views

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While this cultivar is not identified in the photo, I was able to find it in an online catalog -- Florida Hill Nursery. It is  Colocasia "Blue Hawaiian" elephant ear. According to Florida Hill Nursery it is 5 - 16 " tall, has large green leaves with prominent bluish-purple veins, an undulating bluish-purple margin, matte finish and semi-glossy dark burgundy petioles (stems). It's really stunning! See link below from Florida Hill Nursery.  -- Janet Evans

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