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By TOM NORDLIE
Florida winters are mild by human standards, but don’t tell that to an aglaonema, sometimes called Chinese evergreen.
The Sunshine State produces two-thirds of the nation’s ornamental foliage plants, many of them — such as aglaonema — tropical and subtropical species that suffer damage when the temperature drops below about 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
The annual wholesale value of ornamental foliage crops grown in the U.S. is about $400 million.
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