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Re: selloum any way you can
From: plantnut at macconnect.com (plantnut) on 2000.08.01 at 04:30:06(5192)|
The 'Authority' on this is Dr. Simon Mayo... If he does not reply to your
message... you can buttonhole him in September at the IAS Meeting!!!!
>Help, someone, please. The name Philodendron selloum is strongly entrenched|
>in the horticulture industry, but I am influenced by the fact that most of my
>"authorities" see that name as a synonym of P. bipinnatifidum. I am about to
>make this switch in the three or four availability lists that I can affect,
>but on one last swing through the internet I find that the ISTA list of
>stabilized names gives P. lundii Warm. as a synonym of P. bipinnatifidum
>Schott. ex Endl. but lists P. selloum K. Koch as a "good" name.
>O.K. my simple question (why is it that they never have simple answers?):
>What is the correct name for the plant used in enormous quantities in Florida
>landscaping? I know that there are odds and ends of hybrids out there, but
>what is the best name to use for the one that "everyone" grows?
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