Re: All shingle plants?
- Subject: Re: All shingle plants?
- From: "brian williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 22:14:02 -0600 (CST)
I believe most of the hoyas are permanent shingle type leafs. Some produce
both leafs at the sometime in growth. The other leafs are used for ant
As for the liverworts I think they would be considered shingle plants. I
would not mind trying a few that had that growth habit. I don't know for
sure if they would be considered a Shingle plants maybe a shingle fungus?
The other plant family's that are shingle forms are Aroids, Hoyas,
Marcgravia, Ficus, Dischidia
I am looking for forms of aroids Rhapidophora korthalsii, and other species
of Rhapidophora as well as Pedicellarum, Pothos species, Scindapsus, Also
these two are ones I have never seen but would love to get. Culcasia species
and Philodendron hederaceum which both have this shingle growth habit. So I
thank anyone with info on how to get these I listed let me know if
interested in trade or I am willing to buy. THANKS
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