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Re: Is it Philodendron cataniapoense?

  • Subject: Re: Is it Philodendron cataniapoense?
  • From: Don Bittel <donbit121@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 1 Sep 2009 23:08:56 -0400

dear ferenc,
    I don't know what this philo is, but is growing all over in my yard and has been flowering for the last several years. but no seeds on its own here in florida. hope we find out what it is.
Don Bittel
> From: Ferenc.Lengyel@aok.pte.hu
> To: aroid-l@gizmoworks.com
> Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 16:41:20 +0200
> Subject: [Aroid-l] Is it Philodendron cataniapoense?
> Hello,
> I have a Philodendron which I found to be similar to Philodendron cataniapoense, but I'm
> not sure abouts its identity. How could I verify it? This plant is not a result of a botanical
> collection, I found its parent in one of my workmate's office so it might never be determined
> exactly. It was dying in a vase for a long time. It grew distorted leaves (unopened, curled,
> yellow spotted, deformed) for some 2-3 years. I wanted to throw it out as I was afraid that it
> has some virus in it. But now it seems to be all right. When surfing the Internet I met
> Philodendron cataniapoense on aroidpictures.fr and I think that my plant looks quite like
> that.
> So, any idea what it can be? I hope that it's not a cultivar or hybride...
> Thanks for any info!
> Ferenc Lengyel
> P.S. for the moderator: If the too many links make my letter confusing then please return it
> and I'll edit it.
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