Re: Philodendron aerial roots


>Sorry, not to me.  I have never had a root rot from this.  Only rot that I
>get is if it is damaged or bruised in the process of repotting.
>Dewey

Then I defer to you! You've got far more experience with the genus than I do.

Carlo


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