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Re: [aroid-l] P. rubrinervum growth habit

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] P. rubrinervum growth habit
  • From: "Leslie R." leslier55@excite.com
  • Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 09:20:05 -0400 (EDT)

 I haven't found any other name this plant goes by.  The P. rubrinervum seedlings are in 4-inch pots now and growing quickly.  I'm anxious to see some mature leaves, then perhaps they can be identified under another name.  In general, the juvenile leaves are broad heart-shaped and fairly deeply-veined.  They are quick to grow out ariel roots.  Their growth habit is very similar to saxicolum, though the rubrinervum is a larger, sturdier plant overall. I don't have any more saxicolum seeds, but I will have a few plants which I started from seed this spring which will need homes sometime this fall probably, if I think they are suitable in size to ship before winter.  Of course, you being in Australia, this doesn't help.  Leslie RuleMissouri

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