Re: Correct name for Philodendron 'pincushion'
- Subject: Re: Correct name for Philodendron 'pincushion'
- From: "Denis Rotolante" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2009 11:20:22 -0500
Philodendron x 'Pincushion' was a
hybrid philodendron which existed in the Horticultural industry back in the
1970's. Yes, that picture looks accurate. that's all it did was sucker out and
make more of itself to the point of being just a dome of little juvenile leaves
in a pot looking just like a pincushion. Who know who the parents
were....does it really matter? If you like the plant, grow it and accept it for
what it is.
Krome Gardens, Inc.
I recently purchased a plant
labeled Philodendron ‘pincushion.’ I can’t seem to find this name listed
in any of the reliable Aroid databases. The plant is very small, with leaves
measuring 1-2 cm in length. Stems are red and leaves are a dark
green. Does anyone know the correct botanical name for this
Here is a good general picture of
the plant: http://i4.ebayimg.com/05/i/001/2a/4a/24e1_1.JPG
And here’s a lousy one of my
ailing specimen: http://flickr.com/photos/zdufran/3218641930/
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