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Species which, in general, flower aseasonally are usually common species such as P. hederaceum (though it is apparently more frequently in flower in the dry season) or P. jacquinii which is also often edaphically variable or less subject to the presures of the environment. Though not as widespread as the two aformentioned species, P. advena, another member of this group, is a tough, highly variable and ecologically adaptive species. Philodendron purpureoviride is edaphically much like P. hederaceum although much less widespread. Both are highly adaptable, scandent species. Philodendron hederaceum, though flowering all year, is even more commonly in flower in the dry season than in the wet season. Philodendron radiatum, also a member of this group, is as widespread and even more common than P. hederaceum.