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  1. Melvin Waki
    6 days ago
    Yes. I agree with Jacques. It appears to be a Laeliocatanthe Newberry Lava Burst.
  2. Jacques A. Goujaud
    7 days ago
    Sorry, courtesy translation : Agree with Sharie & Mel. This is not the morphology of a Hwra pole. It looks more like Laeliocatanthe Newberry Lava Burst.
  3. Jacques A. Goujaud
    7 days ago
    D'accord avec Sharie et Mel. Ce n'est pas la morphologie d'une hampe d'Hwra. Elle ressemble plutot a Laeliocatanthe Lava Burst. (see this pict on : https://www.marblebranchfarms.com/z1.html )
  4. Melvin Waki
    21 days ago
    Agree with Sharie. The plant is mislabeled.
  5. Sharie Heckaman
    23 days ago
    This can't possibly be Hwra. Lava Burst.

Hwra. Lava Burst

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Grower is Jeanne M Uzar

Located in Citrus Heights, California, United States


(Mini-Primi x lanceolata)
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