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{Disarmed} Re: [Aroid-l] Discussion of Aroids, Philodendron andreanum

Speaking of P. 'Bloody Mary', it appears to me to be the old hybrid 'Royal Queen'.  I suppose someone has distributed the plant around since they didn't have the true ID, which is unfortunate since there's enough bogus names out there already.  Does anyone know where the 'Bloody Mary' name originated?
central Florida

Sheldon Hatheway wrote:
Dear Helmut,

I had a similar problem with one of my red leafed philos labeled by the vendor as "Bloody Mary".  A friend advised increasing the humidity quite a bit combined with regular misting of the emerging leaf, and that alleviated the problem.  I can't tell you how much the humidity changed because I don't have a hygrometer (or whatever they are called).

Good growing.

Sheldon Hatheway
Canby, OR, USA
Zone 7b (more or less)

----- Original Message ----
From: Helmut Reisenberger <gartenbaureisenberger@web.de>
To: aroid-l@gizmoworks.com
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 4:32:14 AM
Subject: [Aroid-l] Discussion of Aroids, Philodendron andreanum

Dear All,

Growing successfully a wide range of rare Philodendrons, I have problems with P. andreanum.

They are very strong growers under good conditions in greenhouse culture. But each new leave gets stuck in the bud.

Rhen it rips and opens up deformed (often the leafstalk breaks through the leafblade).

Does anybody have an advice, how to get out of that problem?

Thank You in advance

And Good Growing


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