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Re: Re[2]: Philo. "xanadu"


-----Original Message-----
From: alistair_hay@rbgsyd.gov.au <alistair_hay@rbgsyd.gov.au>
To: ju-bo@msn.com <ju-bo@msn.com>
Date: Tuesday, November 17, 1998 8:17 PM
Subject: Re[2]: Philo. "xanadu"


    >> We too have this as `correctly' called Philodendron Winterbourn.
Maybe
     that name is a beter lead into finding out the parentage.

     Alistair<<

Thanks, Alistair!!!   Come on folks, SOMEONE out there must know SOMETHING
about the origins/parentage of Philodendron Winterbourn (aka P. "xanadu").
Drop us a line with whatever info., no matter how small, on this plant.
Cheers,
Julius
ju-bo@msn.com








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