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  Re: Source for Philodendrons
From: "Road Runner" chammer at cfl.rr.com> on 2001.08.13 at 20:13:03(7236)
Hello Carol Ann.
To my knowledge, there are no Syngoniums that start out life with leaves
dissected more than 2 lobes. Like Philodendrons, climbing to maturity
causes it. Your white-variegated Syngonium (that's the podophyllum
variegata I mentioned before) will dissect and is very pretty in that form.
Those I've seen have not had larger
leaves than in the entire form, but they've only been on short bark poles.
I have Epipremnum pinnatum
in a very small 'runner' type form, and it will develop the highly dissected
leaves you mention, but leaves may
get larger than you want at several feet. It is also very fast. I would be
happy to send you a selection of
6 to 8 vining type Philodendrons, all rare to anyone but collectors, for you
to try.

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