hort.net Seasonal photo, (c) 2006 Christopher P. Lindsey, All Rights Reserved: do not copy
articles | gallery of plants | blog | tech blog | plant profiles | patents | mailing lists | top stories | links | shorturl service | tom clothier's archive0
 Navigation
Articles
Gallery of Plants
Blog
Tech Blog
Plant Profiles
Patents
Mailing Lists
    FAQ
    Netiquette
    Search ALL lists
    Search help
    Subscription info
Top Stories
Links
sHORTurl service
Tom Clothier's Archive
 Top Stories
New Trillium species discovered

Disease could hit Britain's trees hard

Ten of the best snowdrop cultivars

Plant protein database helps identify plant gene functions

Dendroclimatologists record history through trees

Potato beetle could be thwarted through gene manipulation

Hawaii expands coffee farm quarantine

Study explains flower petal loss

RSS story archive

Re: [aroid-l] back issues of Aroideana

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] back issues of Aroideana
  • From: Scott Hyndman hyndman@aroid.org
  • Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 12:33:18 -0500

Scott,

In the International Aroid Society Web site, you can go to
http://www.aroid.org/society/bk-issue.html and order back
issues online or via the mailed in printable form linked
from that page at http://www.aroid.org/society/order.html.
 

Best regards,  Scott
--------------------
Scott Hyndman
e-mail: hyndman@aroid.org
Home page: http://www.aroid.org/  

On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 12:48:08 -0400
 "Scott Taylor" <staylor@brevardparks.com> wrote:
> Hello: Can someone please post (once again!) how to
> obtain back-issues of
> Aroideana? Thanks much.
> dst
> 
> D. Scott Taylor, Ph.D.
> Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL)
> Program
> Central Region Land Manager
> 5560 North US Highway 1
> Melbourne, FL 32940
> tel: 321.255.4466
> FAX: 321.255.4499
> email: staylor@brevardparks.com
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: aroid-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu
> [mailto:aroid-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu]On Behalf Of Julius
> Boos
> Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2003 3:35 PM
> To: aroid-l@lists.ncsu.edu
> Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Selloum/Bipinnatifidum
> 
> 
> 
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Eduardo Goncalves
>   To: aroid-l@lists.ncsu.edu
>   Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2003 3:46 PM
>   Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Selloum/Bipinnatifidum
> 
> 
>   My Dear Friend Eduardo,
> 
>   I have just forwarded you two notes concerning the
> possible ID of a
> Xanthosoma here in Florida to you, and I hope that after
> you have read them
> and seen the photo (in the second note) you will be able
> to help by giving
> your opinion!
>   I hope that you are well and happy, and that this gets
> to you OK, as it
> has been a while since I have heard from you.
>   Concerning the Philodendron issue which we briefly
> discussed (below),
> would it be safe to assume that since ALL the Philo.
> 'selloum' that are
> being produced by the million by tissue culture here in
> Florida and being
> sold into the landscaping trade all have very pronounced
> intravaginal
> squamules, they are in fact P. mello-barettoanum and not
> P. bipinnatifidium,
> which you report usually does NOT have these structures?
>   The plants here
> all have a green spathe (see the recent paper on P.
> xanadu) , but may have
> just a thin line of purplish color along the very edge, I
> am not certain of
> this.   Perhaps in the near future we should collaborate
> on a paper
> concerning the correct identification of this very
> important plant to
> commerce here in Florida?
>   A paper is certainly needed.
>   I look forward to hearing from you when you may have a
> moment.
> 
>   Your Friend,
> 
>   Julius
> 
>   >>My dear friend Julius,
> 
>        Just to answer your comments: Yes, I have seen
> real P. bipinnatifidum
>   in USA (mostly in Botanical Gardens), but considering
> you have a better
>   sampling of cultivated material, I wouldn´t be
> surprised if P.
>   mello-barretoanum was the main cultivated big Philo
> there in USA.
>   Philodendron mello-barretoanum was spread in Brazil by
> Roberto Burle-Marx,
>   that was part of a very active group of plant traders
> there in Florida, so
>   there was time enough to spread this plant for
> nurseries coast to coast.
>        I have seen in the wild only plants of P.
> mello-barretoanum with a
> pure
>   green spathe, but a few cultivated material have a
> spathe that is purplish
>   outside (mainly along the margins), so this aspect can
> be easily selected
> by
>   growers. Growers can do anything!
> 
>
                                                          
>    Very best
>   wishes,
> 
> 
>   Eduardo.
> 
> 
> 
>   >Dear Susan,
>   >
>   >I`m going to take this opportunity to put in a plug
> for our International
>   >Aroid Society!    If you are or become a member
> ($20.00/year), you will
>   >have
>   >access to some fantastic information by authors like
> Dr. Eduardo
> Goncalves
>   >who, in the latest issue of our journal '"Aroideaea"
> published a most
>   >interesting paper on this group of Philodendron
> species.   In the
> previous
>   >journal there was another paper also with great
> information, photos and
>   >illustrations also on species within this group of
> Philodendrons!
>   >In reading Eduardo`s note to you and the list, and
> reading his truncated
>   >'key' to the species in this group, it would seem to
> me that based on his
>   >comments about P. mello-barretoanum, with its hard
> scales on its stem
> that
>   >do not easily detach (I have received a pretty severe
> laceration on my
> hand
>   >caused by my careless handling of a plant by these
> spine/knife-like
>   >scales!!), it, and NOT p. bipinnatifidum  is the
> species in massive
>   >tissue-culture cultivation here in the U.S.A.    As
> seen in the latest
>   >issue
>   >of Aroideana, our paper describing P. xanadu as a good
> species, hehein S.
>   >Florida the 'local' and very common Philodendron which
> is sold locally as
>   >P.
>   >'selloum' but which for years was thought to be P.
> bipinnatifidum, has a
>   >huge spathe with a green exterior, and persistent and
> HARD spines on its
>   >stem.    Eduardo says that in true P. bipinnatifidum
> the spathe can vary
> in
>   >color, so my question is what color spathe does P.
> mello-barretoanum
> have?
>   >Remember, my friends, the study of aroids is far from
> complete, we are
>   >learning new 'stuff' every day!
>   >
>   >Julius
>   >WPB, Florida.
>   >
>   > > Leslie,
>   > >
>   > > When I ordered philodendron from Alvim Seidel the
> first time, I
> ordered
>   >P.
>   > > selloum, P. bipinnatifidum, and also P. Sao Paulo.
>  I thought I was
>   >going
>   >to get
>   > > totally different plants.  I don't know if I'm
> right on all of this,
> but
>   >from
>   > > what I've been able to figure out, selloum and
> bipinnatifidum are
>   >synonomous.  I
>   > > think Sao Paulo is another variety of splitleaf
> philodendron.
> However,
>   >Sao
>   > > Paulo might be just another name for P.
> bipinnatifidum, but this is
> for
>   >someone
>   > > else to say.  This year I ordered another split
> leaved Pilodendron
> that
>   >is
>   >very
>   > > similar to these three called P. lundii.  I did
> find that P. lundii is
> a
>   > > different 'looking' form of bipinnatifidum.  Maybe
> more compact,
> bushy?
>   > > Selloum/bipinnatifidum will grow into a tree form
> with a trunk in
> time.
>   > >
>   > > Someone else on the list might be able to clear
> this up.  I would be
>   >interested
>   > > in knowing the true facts on the splitleaf
> philodendrons also.
>   > >
>   > >
>   > > Hope this helps,
>   > > Susan Cox
>   > >
>   > >
>   > > 5/8/03 6:15:22 AM, Leslie Georgeson
> <skinnychick2@yahoo.com> wrote:
>   > >
>   > > >Could someone please tell me what the difference
> between Philodendron
>   >Selloum
>   > > and Philodendron Bipinnafididum is?  I ordered a
> packet of each type
> of
>   >seed,
>   > > they look the same, but the Bipinnatifidum says it
> needs
> stratification
>   >before
>   > > planting.  When I researched these plants, they
> appear to be
> identical.
>   >So,
>   > > what, exactly, do I have?   Thank you! Leslie
>   > > >
>   > > >---------------------------------
>   > > >Do you Yahoo!?
>   > > >The New Yahoo! Search - Faster. Easier. Bingo.
>   > > >
>   > > >
>   > >
>   > >
>   > >
>   > >
> 
>
  _________________________________________________________________
>   Help STOP SPAM with the new MSN 8 and get 2 months
> FREE*
>   http://join.msn.com/?page=features/junkmail
> 
> 





 © 1995-2017 Mallorn Computing, Inc.All Rights Reserved.
Our Privacy Statement
Other Mailing lists | Author Index | Date Index | Subject Index | Thread Index