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Northernmost and/or Montane Sub/Tropicals
From: Dylan Moss <dylantmoss at gmail.com>
on 2021.01.17 at 00:38:21(24418)
As someone living in Seattle, I'm interested in figuring out which Monstera, Philodendron and Anthurium are most suited to being outside here (that is, which can live outside for the largest chunk of the year - I realize none can thrive year round outdoors here).
I'd love to hear your thoughts. So far, I'm intrigued by Monstera Acuiminata's presence in San Luis Potosi, and wonder if it wouldn't do great here outdoors during spring and summer.
From: Russ <bluesea14808 at yahoo.com>
on 2021.01.17 at 02:03:18(24419)
Dylan, if you're talking about cold, P. renauxii is known to tolerate low temps better than most. It's a large, creeping terrestrial though, not one of the vining, climbing types.
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