I think this cultivar is trademarked if I'm not mistaken. I
have also seen it without the green blotch down the middle.
Sorry to talk back to myself, but I just found a photo of this
plant on Marek's site noted as a cultivar of Philodedron
hederaceum. Does anyone know if this is a cultivated plant or another
wild form of P. hederaceum? Or something else?
I just received a private response on this plant and was told
it is being called Philodendron Brazil. Somehow I doubt that is a good
name! If anyone knows what it truly is, please speak up! It appears
more to me to be a Scinadpus but I am certainly not qualified to
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Can any of you experts out there tell me the species name of this Scindapus
species. A cutting was sent to me several years ago with no name.
The thing I found very amusing this morning is many people on the internet think
this species is the same thing as Epipremnum aureum. I found
that claim on Dave's Garden, UBC, and Garden Web along with a bunch of
pseudo-scientific websites. I'd like to do a page for my website so if any
of you can let me know where to find a copy of the scientific description I'd
appreciate the help.
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