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Monstera dilacerata

  • Subject: Monstera dilacerata
  • From: Michael Pascall <mickpascall@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 17:30:36 +1000

This plant grows well in the tropics . A division was recvd from Tom many years ago when the collection was shifted at MoBoT.

I like the quilted young foliage and beautiful dissected mature leaves.
It looks different to the native Epipremnum pinnatum when a young shingling plant , but can be difficult to distinguish when mature .

BUT this name has vanished and is supposed to be a syn. for Epipremnum pinnatum .
It is pictured in the old revision of Monstera that has just been scanned , its on page 58

Find it at CarPoint.com.au New, Used, Demo, Dealer or Private?
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