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Re: [Aroid-l] Philodendron verrucosum

At 06:18 AM 3/29/2006, you wrote:
Agreed on the difficulty of growing verrucosum in normal growing conditions, including a shadehouse.   I imagine in a high humidity, temp-controlled, wet-wall greenhouse, it would thrive.  I've tried verrucosum several times without success.
central Fla

I grew mine eventually in a terrarium. I found it did OK, which is to say, it did not thrive, even in a greenhouse unless i grew it in the hyper humid, steamy hot greenhouse we called MALARIA, and which we used as an intense propagating house.

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