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Philodendron ricardoi planted

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Mandrew968

I am actually using this thread as an accession. We were given this plant by Montgomery Botanical Center. I personally have never seen this one before and there is not much on this one, on the internet. I attached it to a Kentiopsis oliviformis yesterday morning.

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caixeta

Hi Andrew.  Philodendron ricardoi was discovered in the state of Espirito Santo in 2011 by my friend Ricardo Campos, large plant lover.    It is found 57a089da918b5_Lorenzi015.thumb.JPG.cf9af57a08a08c9ac6_Lorenzi016.thumb.JPG.74613in rocky outcrops and has beautiful edge of red leaves.57a08a35787ec_Lorenzi021.thumb.JPG.45b27

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aussiearoids

WOW massive stem

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Mandrew968

I hope it likes wet... looks like it is not a climber. I would have thought it was withall of the roots it throws everywhere. Thanks for the pics! I know the red edge you are talking about.

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Chris Hicks

I’m looking to acquire this specimen if anyone has leads please email me itschrishicks@gmail.com

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