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Philodendron 'Xanadu'

To All Interested in Philodendron 'Xanadu':

   I did an on-line literature search for Philodendron (using First 
Search) and found one reference of interest.  This plant has a U.S. patent 
under the name 'Winterborn.'  Check the abstract regarding the origin. It is 
not a hybrid, just a selection.  If you are interested in pursuing this, 
below is the information necessary to find the article:

AUTHOR: Winterbourn, V.L.  Winterbourn, B.M.
TITLE: Philodendron Winterbourn.
SOURCE: Plant patent - United States Patent and Trademark Office.
               Sept 12, 1989. (7030) 1 p. plates.
PUBLISHER: Washington, D.C. : The Office.
DATE: 1989 0912
PUB TYPE: Article
PUB AGENCY: US Imprint, not USDA
NAL CALL NO: 156.65 P69

ABSTRACTS: A cultivar of Philodendron Selloum having more and smaller
           leaves, withe a red spadix.

Paul M. Resslar
Professor of Biology
Virginia Wesleyan College
1584 Wesleyan Drive
Norfolk, Virginia 23502-5599

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