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Re: [Aroid-l] Epiphytic philodendron culture

Wow Ron  35 years ago that's been longer than I have been alive LOL.

Another trick I have seen is these totems which you can add sections to 
to make them taller. Once the mature part of the plant begins to reach 
this section you remove or cut the totem and the plant so it is still 
attached to what it was growing on and re-root it. I believe the 
technique works but if the plant is not attached already or does not 
attach really soon it will start to revert back.


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