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10 Aug 2004 18:27 PDT
09 Sep 2004 18:27 PDT
My aunt's florist said her amazing indoor tree was a "ficus
triangulata." But, I haven't found anything online by that name. It
was a beautiful mid-size (4-5 ft.) indoor tree with small leaves. It
looks Asian to me. Any ideas? She also thought it might be a ming
aurelia (but, I'm not sure that's right either.) Thanks!
Request for Question Clarification by
10 Aug 2004 18:55 PDT
A "ficus triangulata" indeed can't exist because that Latin name would
be grammatically incorrect. However, a "ficus triangularis" does
If you think this could be the right plant, I could try to find out more about it.
Clarification of Question by
10 Aug 2004 20:20 PDT
Thank you for the info. I looked up triangularis and this isn't the
plant. I'll ask her to take a photo when she returns from vacation.
Much appreciated, Evan
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