In a message dated 10/26/2018 9:39:14 AM Eastern Standard Time, email@example.com writes:
Ron: I agree with you completely concerning Facebook. And it is good to "hear" from you again.
That plant is gorgeous. Do you have a good ID on it?
On Thu, 25 Oct 2018 at 19:44, Ron Weeks wrote:
My apology to all for not responding sooner. I was reluctant to respond because of taxonomic work on this subject. Things changed today after Enid quizzed me on the subject and I forwarded a photo to her. The discussion she was engaged in was in a closed Facebook page. Not only am I not a fan of Facebook. Closed Facebook pages are even worse. My intent is to drag the discussion back to aroid-l where it is available to all and a wonderful archive of knowledge. Thank you Steve.
The attached photo is of a philodendron I collected in Ecuador in 1996. The plant in the photo was in more shade than most of my plants and well fertilized.
On 8/30/18 8:38 AM, The Silent Seed wrote:
Has it ever been determined which has the title of largest-leaf Philodendron?
Hope everyone is O K! Been silent lately.
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