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Re: Philodendron Burle Marx

There are two Philodendrons with a name referring to Roberto Burle-Marx.
The first is P.burle-marxii and the second is P.cv "Burle-Marx's Fantasy". Its
hard to know which one you have from your description. I'm pretty sure both of
these are listed in "Exotica", but I'm at work and my copy is at home! I have
a very small piece of "Fantasy" I received from Michael Pascall at the
Whyanbeel Arboretum in Queensland - he may be able to give a description of
the mature plant. Given the veining pattern I have seen on the leaves of my
small plant I am not 100% convinced that it is a Philo, but that remains to be
seen. Any comments out there? As for the other, my recollection is that it has
a strap shaped leaf and quite spaced internodes. Hopefully other people can
post further on this. I'll try and see if I have any references in my
literature at home.

Neil Crafter
Adelaide Australia

Don Burns wrote:

> Over the past 24 months I have been nursing a short leafless stem, about 4
> cm, of Philodendron Burle Mark. During that time it has neither grown, nor
> produced a leaf. But it has stayed alive and remained a very deep green
> color. Suddenly in the past 6 weeks it has started growing at a phenomenal
> pace, and it is now about 20 cm long with five or six new leaves.
> Is anyone familiar with the right culture for this plant? Is there a photo
> somewhere on the web or in the literature? I have been unsuccessful in
> finding the plant in any of my literature.
> Don
> Don Burns
> Fort Lauderdale FL    USA
> Zone 10b

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