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philodendren

Posted by lee80903 none (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 25, 13 at 2:50

Does any body knows what type of philodendren is this
thanks


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RE: philodendren

I don't think it's a Philo, it looks more like a Pothos of some kind. I've never seen such a pale color before, but I think that's what it is.


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RE: philodendren

You're right, PG. I think this one is Epipremnum aureum "Neon ". It would be called Neon Pothos as a common name.


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RE: philodendren

You're right, PG. I think this one is Epipremnum aureum "Neon ". It would be called Neon Pothos as a common name.


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RE: philodendren

You gals are good. I thought it was Philodendron hederaceum, 'Lemon-Lime'...


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RE: philodendren

The leaf shapes here are very Pothos & not so Philo (is how I read it).

That's (somewhat) 'cause some of the folks here have taught us well!! Good to see ya posting again Toni!!!


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RE: philodendren

Hey Karen,

I Googled both plants...there's a slight difference in leaf shape...

How have you been?

Is it my computer, connection or is GW having problems?


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Hi gang!

One sure way to know is to look closely at the petiole and if it has a groove in it along the top that goes the length of the petiole,then it's an epipremnum. If it's round with no groove then it's a hederaceum. :)

This post was edited by asleep_in_the_garden on Tue, Jun 25, 13 at 19:00


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RE: philodendren

How often should i water it thanks

This post was edited by lee80903 on Tue, Jun 25, 13 at 19:05


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RE: philodendren

Don't mean to be difficult or weird, but when it's dry.

It'll depend on the mix you use & the setting you grow it in (how much heat, humidity, etc).

Use a pencil or wooden dowel to check for moisture until you learn by feeling the weight of the plant, when it needs water.


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