I would love to see the solid green Bonnie. That sounds interesting. I will look for it. Is there another name that you know of?
My Chlorophytum orchidiastrum 'Fire Flash' is just a baby but it is coming along. I need to repot it soon. I think it looks straggly but I am not sure how they are really suppose to look, and it is growing, so I will just wait and see. Here is a pic of its leaf and stem. I agree Cinta if there are differences we should add that to the database.
I have a problem with being sure you get what you order when you are buying these different spiders. Too many people just tack a name on one that looks like something. I have this Shamrock that is a pure deep green with a slight greenish center strip and it is completely different than the normal green.....I got it from a seller in Canada and have not seen it anyplace since I bought it. Just the other day a lady said to me she has a solid green and it is probably a Shamrock....there is quite a difference in the leaves and I am not sure it is a Chlorophytum comosum...I just wish I could find someone who is sure what they have so we could compare the leaves and hopefully they have more info than I do. I just love digging around and finding these different varieties. I am running out of space, that is the big problem.
Here is the Shamrock...it is a real beauty. Wider leaves and deep deep dark green.
This is one of the babies I am selling on eBay.
This is a stock plant of Shamrock.
Now here is my plain green that has no cultivar just plain green.
They have a wide pale green center strip on the green leaves. They are a lovely plant, but I prefer the darker green leaves.
I also have one that has darker green leaves but it is just a baby.
This is a solid green from a man who I met on eBay. He has a great collection and he shared this one with me.
One more solid green that I have had for sometime. It seems to be reverting the older it gets. The babies are pale green almost white. I have no idea where I got this one but I have my doubts it is a solid green. Just my gut talking. This is an example of what I mean about people giving their spider names without being really sure.
Sorry I got carried away. That happens when I talk spiders.