From: Russ <bluesea14808 at yahoo.com>
on 2019.09.22 at 23:23:55(24242)|
Jude, philos in your pics are forms of hederaceum.
Go to kensphilodendrons.com, scroll down to the bottom to the search bar, and type in philodendron cordatum, you'll see pics of the mature form. It has distinctive purplish "shotgun" spots on petiole and midrib, different leaf shape and larger than hederaceum.
I have it under the old name sp. 'Angra Dos Reis' but only in immature form.
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On Sun, Sep 22, 2019 at 6:27 PM, The Silent Seed
Hi Tom and Russ,
Here are the "P. cordatum" that are sold at box stores - and come in green, or "Lemon" varieties.
Would these be cordatum, or in fact, hederaceum as well?
Pics included here. I especially like the lemon.
The Silent Seed
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