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Plant ID

Posted by drvongirl 7b WA (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 25, 10 at 16:31

Can anyone tell me what type of philidedron this is? I have a feeling it is going to get big!


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RE: Plant ID

Sorry, I don't know the answer, but DO know it's an Aroid.

I bet if you post this at the Aroid Forum (see top of the front page) you'll get a response.

RE: Plant ID

A bigger and better photo would help too.

RE: Plant ID

dellis, if you click on the picture, it gives you a bigger photo that you can zoom in on.

RE: Plant ID

It looks like your plant may be classified as a Philodendron lacerum. That's the closest looking plant I could find to your own. Good luck!

RE: Plant ID

Philodendron lacerum
Philodendron - Family_Araceae

RE: Plant ID tall is your plant? Looking at the last leaf, it reminds me of a P. Selloum or P. Xanadu.

It could pass for P. Lacerum, but the veins on Lacerum are more pronounced than your plant.

I agree, bet it's going to be a big guy, and will eventually need staking. Toni

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