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Philodendron domesticum?


Tracy

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This was gifted to me as a cutting and I have never had an id on the species.  After looking at different Philodendron species, the closest I could come was Philodendron domesticum, but I know next to nothing about Philodendrons.  I wanted to get input from those more experienced.  I have had this plant for several years.  I acquired this plant when Jeff & Christine Brusseau were giving visitors cuttings from his aroids on the Southern California Palm Society tour of their Cuesta Linda estate back in 2016.  I think they were just trimming things back before the tour and set aside the cuttings from numerous species of aroids growing on their property.

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33.0782 North -117.305 West  at 72 feet elevation

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3 hours ago, Marie Nock said:

It's Philo. 'Jose Buono' and it's quite popular these days.

It is enjoying climbing up the wall.  Thank you for the id.

33.0782 North -117.305 West  at 72 feet elevation

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VERY vigorous and large growing!!!! Nice score. I have 2 that are up the wall over 8 feet

"You can't see California without Marlon Brando's eyes"---SliPknot

 

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I love mine. I was giving a tour of my garden ant the lady kept badgering me to cut mine . So I did and now it is coming back with so many growth points

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3 hours ago, John hovancsek said:

I love mine. I was giving a tour of my garden ant the lady kept badgering me to cut mine . So I did and now it is coming back with so many growth points

I would never let myself be badgered into cutting a plant for someone like that LOL

"You can't see California without Marlon Brando's eyes"---SliPknot

 

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