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RE: [Aroid-l] Philodendron imbe

  • Subject: RE: [Aroid-l] Philodendron imbe
  • From: "michael mahan" agavestar@covad.net
  • Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 13:28:05 -0800
  • Importance: Normal

Thanx for the reply but now you have me wondering just what I have ,it's a
great looking plant like I've never seen before .can anyone please check out
my photo's of it & maybe give me some feedback on what it might be ? here's
a link to my photo site  http://community.webshots.com/album/281594465HAWLcb
thanx Mike Mahan 
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Dear Michael,

         Taxonomically, Philodendron imbe may prove to be a name so deeply 
imbedded in confusion that this name should not be used anymore. Anyhow, at 
least in Brazil, the material usually called P. imbe is a cultivar with no 
origin defined that can produce a large quantity of offshoots and it never 
flowers around here. It has sagittate leaves with clearer nerves and grows 
so massively that can be used as a dense shrub.

                                                    Very best wishes,

                                                                         
Eduardo.



>
>Has anyone any info on this philo .i can't seem to find anything about it
>anywhere .i would like to know where they come from . if anyone has one &
>can give me some cultural info that would be great ..thanx   Mike
>



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