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Re: [Aroid-l] Help please

  • Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Help please
  • From: Neil Crafter golfstra@senet.com.au
  • Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2006 13:10:41 +1030

Looks just like Pink Princess to me.
This has always been a disappointing plant for me - it never seems to grow well and the variegation seems inherently unstable. A tissue cultured plant that should have stayed there!
cheers Neil

Neil Crafter
Philodendron enthusiast
IAS Board member
Adelaide, Australia

On 14/01/2006, at 6:39 AM, Gary Gossett wrote:

Hi, I am trying to track down a Philodendron name. Glasshouse Works had a clone tagged 'Spargatus', a name which does not come up on the web but 'Spartacus' does on one old ebay auction and on the aroid name list. It looks like a darker, larger Pink Princess. A picture is being posted by Albert Huntington at

Does anyone know this plant? This name? Is the name correct?
Thanks for any help.

Gary Gossett
Canby, OR  USA
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