Re: variegated Ph. selloum, etc.
- Subject: Re: variegated Ph. selloum, etc.
- From: Neil Crafter <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2001 20:34:26 -0500 (CDT)
There definitely are variegated cultivars of the Philodendron self
heading type you called "selloum". This is not a valid name and has been
reduced to synonomy under Philodendron bipinnatifidum. Certainly Graf's
Exotica shows some, but like you I have never seen one in the flesh out
here in Australia. I really want one too! Thought you would have been able
to find some in Florida.
----- Forwarded by Eric L Schmidt/LEU/CYS/Orlando
on 08/08/01 10:25 AM
Eric L .
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Subject: variegated Ph. selloum, etc.
Are there any variegated cultivars of Philodendron selloum or related
heading types ( x evansii, eichleri, 'Xanadu', etc.)? As common as
selloum is here in Florida I have never seen a variegated specimen.
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