Looking for a special Plant!!!!!!!

Cereoid* cereoid at prodigy.net
Sun Apr 7 05:27:25 EST 2002

Tradescantia spathacea, also know as "Moses in a cradle" (Old Testament
verses New Testament?), "Oyster Plant" or "Boat Lily". Any common names for
the plant alluding to the Bible are rather odd because it is endemic to the
New World tropics.


"Ralph Erickson" <erickson at snip.net> wrote in message
news:000f01c1dd7c$a7a0c8e0$595bccd1 at upenn.edu...
> Try:  _Rhoeo_discolor_  or (_Tradescantia_discolor_), sometimes called
> in a cradle."
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: noname <estralita at aol.comnojunk>
> To: <plantbio at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>
> Sent: Saturday, April 06, 2002 2:59 AM
> Subject: Looking for a special Plant!!!!!!!
> > I am searching for a plant that i have always known as a christ in a
> manger.
> > Everywhere i've gone i've gone to find one no one know what i refer to.
> Most
> > people
> > want to make it be a morning glory. A morning glory is a vine. This is
> of
> > the most beautiful plants you ever want to see. In the morning the bloom
> opens
> > up just as the morning glory does, and in the evening it closes up like
> the
> > morning glory does, however the christ in a manger when it opens up in
> > morning there is a part of the bloom on the insite that has a distinct
> look of
> > a baby lying in a manger. My mom had some when i was a child, and i'd
> really
> > love to find some. I'd appreciate any assistance i can find in finding
> these.
> > Thank you in advance.
> >
> >
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