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Could someone identify this for me?

Canterbury, CT

The leaves get quite large, about 2' - 2 1/2' long.

Thanks,

Donna

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Miami, FL(Zone 10a)

Donna,

That plant is an Alocasia in the longiloba/lowii complex. They have interbred so much (and been crossed) that it is very difficult to pin down a species name on them. As a group, they are also quite variable. For purposes of ID, you can call the plant Alocasia longiloba.

LariAnn
Aroidia Research

Canterbury, CT

Thank you, LariAnn!

Donna

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