Re: Alvim Seidel Philodendron seeds - questions
- To: lindsey
- Subject: Re: Alvim Seidel Philodendron seeds - questions
- From: Todd Ruth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 14 Mar 1997 13:12:05 -0600
Giving Alvim Siedel the benefit of the doubt - that they are
confident that they have for example 2 different sets of plants,
one made up of undulatums and one made up of eichleris, what
would give them this impression? I would ask them, but it appears
that I can't overcome the language barrier. Do they probably have
2 sets of identical plants and charge $35 for seeds from one group
and $50 for seeds from the other? Perhaps one group is actually
hybrids? The same question goes for the 6 potential varieties of
bipinnatifidum on the list and any other "duplicates". I know
Tom Croat is looking into this and a few others mentioned that
they were doing homework of some sort - any input anyone?
> Dear Brian,
> If don't want huge species, you better stay far from P. evansii, P.
> undulatum (= P.eichleri), P. grandifolium, P. ornatum, P. bipinnatifidum
> (=P. mello-barretoanum, P. lundii and P. selloum), P.giganteum, P.
> undulatum and P. speciosum (the largest of all). Philodendron adamantinum
> is a good one if you want xerophytic plants as well as P. saxicolum.
> P.imbe is somewhat rustic and can support xeric conditions. P.
> cymbispathum (currently known as P. brasiliense) is an aquatic plant and
> usually grows along river banks or marshes (so it isn't xerophytic).
> Hope it helps,
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