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[Aroid-l] philodendron verrucosum

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] philodendron verrucosum
  • From: john s smolowe johnssmolowe@pacbell.net
  • Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 23:58:45 -0800

gee, i don't have any trouble with p. verrucosum either. if i keep up with tying the internodes to a pole, the leaves stay large (7"); if i forget and let the stems wander, the leaves get small again (3"). it's in my master bath under a frosted skylight, high 80 degrees in summer, low 60 degrees in winter - i.e. much less temperature variation than in my greenhouse. humidity is moderate - not as high as in my greenhouse.

the aroid i keep killing is xanthosoma atrovirens albomarginata. buy it, kill it, buy it kill it. i'm thinking of buying another, so any tips would be appreciated.

john smolowe
menlo park, ca.
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