From shop Botanicaz. For indoor use, there are two basic types of philodendrons: the climbing varieties and the self-heading (non-climbing) types. Make an effort to acquire clones that have been propagated outside of countries of origin by a reputable source and have proven themselves to be suitable plants for interiors or warm greenhouses. 5. Images ©F. A very attractive, distinctly glaucous leaf form of Philodendron sodiroi growing in a northeastern Australian mixed tropicals collection. Despite the extreme variability evident even among seedlings from the same species’ intracrosses, there enough morphological variation among clones in cultivation to suggest that two separate taxa are being grown as Philodendron plowmanii. Anthurium Crenatum. The most prized examples will exhibit large amounts of white or silver mottling on their upper leaf surfaces into maturity. Muller 2020. A neotype has been designated from a population on the Caribbean versant of western Panamá (Santamaría 7453) that is rather different looking from many South American plants. showing the tuberculate upper petiole and slightly glossy, concolorous green leaf surface. Regular price $35.00 Sale price $35.00 Regular price. now in horticulture should make this a popular collector’s item as more of the very limited cultivated material is propagated and distributed. plowmanii growing as a terrestrial in the shady understory of central Peruvian rainforest. Quick View. Emergent canopy or high undercanopy dwellers can be noticeably tolerant of fairly bright light without bleaching (>2,500 fc), and I have grown very nice-looking landscape planted P. melanochrysum outdoors in corners that received full morning sunshine (>4,000 fc). This is another of Alfred Graf’s remarkable “lost” tropical aroids that has resurfaced over the past decade amidst imports by Andean country nurseries. This lovely and compact Philodendron species has proven very difficult for most growers to keep going over the long-term. His constant criticism of almost everyone and everything was tiresome, and I suppose by that point I had finally had enough of his carping. Inflorescence on a mature Philodendron mamei in the author’s collection. Slightly susceptible to mite infestations when kept too dry, but generally trouble free. Shown above, juvenile Philodendron glanduliferum from both Oaxacan (left) and northern Central American (right) populations growing in the author’s collections in Guatemala and California. Anecdotal reports indicate that U.S., EU and Thai private collections are – thus far - proving a graveyard for this spectacular but extremely delicate west Colombian endemic. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for PHILODENDRON VERRUCOSUM X MELANOCHRYSUM Hybrid Rare Aroid Monstera at the best online … Dewey conducted walk-in as well as online plant sales to buyers from around the world via his website, “The Philodendron Phreaque”. It is a popular houseplant in some Central American countries where it was probably introduced to cultivation by the United Fruit Company’s Lancetilla BG in Honduras and/or Robert Wilson at the Wilson-Las Cruces BG in SE Costa Rica. No matter what your container choice, always make sure it has excellent drainage. 16 hours ago. squamipetiolatum. This was one of the earlier variants to reach cultivation in Europe and is widespread in cultivation. Philodendron fibrosum was named by Jesuit botanist Luis Sodiro from material collected in the vicinity of Quito, Ecuador in the early 1900s. Philodendron vanninii ined. This – together with what may be one or more new and closely related species – is a very handsome terrestrial and hemiepiphytic plant that is particularly conspicuous in the understory of forest reserves in the inter-Andean valleys of Perú (F. Muller, pers. The Philodendron melanochrysum clone shown here is exceptionally dark at maturity when well grown. Upper stem and petiole details of Philodendron squamicaule. A lovely velvety climbing Philodendron ‘Glorious’ in a class of its own. A very beautiful and compact terrestrial species with soft, glittering green leaves that exhibit strong iridescence when grown well under very shady conditions (~250 fc). Slightly susceptible to spider mites but suffers generally when kept warm and dry. Quite the contrary, at least some Costa Rican P. verrucosum populations visited and grown by the author retain very deeply saturated red and red-violet abaxial surface colors even in fairly exposed situations. Image: ©F. Author’s image. This is an adpressed-hemiephytic, very striking Upper Amazonian rainforest Philodendron species known from a handful of localities in the tri-border area. Author’s image. Sun/shade: bright but no direct sunlight. Right, a very distinctive “Red Back” type that matches the illustration and description of Philodendron daguense described from a Gustav Wallis collection made on the Río Dagua in the Valle del Cauca Department of Colombia. Waterlogging the roots on these plants in a heavy, poorly aerated substrate for prolonged periods is one sure-fire way to fail with philodendrons. I am surprised that this lovely aroid species has not been hybridized more. Do not fertilize struggling plants and never overfertilize your plants expecting improved results for you will reap a bitter harvest of burned roots and lost leaves if you do. Philodendron "Glorious" (Melanochrysum X Gloriosum) Regular price $290.00 Sale price $290.00 Regular price. Plants matching cultivated material have been reliably reported from a few localities in central Colombia between 1,600 and 1,950’/500 and 600 m. A lobby mass-planting of quite distinctive-looking terrestrial philodendrons that strongly resembled this species was observed by me in a hotel garden in Iquitos, Perú in 2001. Author’s image. It is quite likely that there are multiple species trading under this name. in prep. sodiroi, central Perú. Philodendron melanochrysum (medium) - 4” Philodendron melanochrysum (medium) - 4” Regular price Sold out Sale price $215.00 Sale. Alongside very rare horticultural gems, like other south Florida nurseries his benches and rafters puked mediocre, open-pollinated anthurium hybrids. Home TROPICAL PLANTS Araceae Philodendron Philodendron melanochrysum. Location : Santa Ana, Manila. I have also seen similar-looking plants offered online as “Peruvian”, perhaps exported by one of the orchid nurseries located there. Large, broad and somewhat heavily textured mature leaves have matte-subvelvety or subglossy upper surfaces and a very open sinus. Due to the apparent absence of an herbarium specimen, published full description and/or color illustration or photograph, we will never know for certain that this name corresponds to the Philodendron sp. While usually self-limiting when the weather changes, mite suppression will vary depending on conditions and individual pest control preferences. It is also popular due to its ease of cultivation. At the time P. Melanochrysum was known as P. Andreanum. Image: ©F. Sale Sold out. New sashasclosetph. Several Philodendron verrucosum growing as terrestrials and hemiephytes in a foothill forest streambed in central Perú. Alternate trade names: None, but quite dissimilar although sagittate leaf plants masquerading as this species are commonly seen for sale online. Somewhat heat intolerant (even briefly), especially those originating from cloud forests, this plant has proven consistently challenging to Florida growers (E. Offolter, pers. Once mature, the leaves on this hybrid can easily grow to more than 60cm in length. Their glossy leaves add a touch of indoor jungle to your home, reminiscent of the tropical areas of the Americas to which they are native. It seems not unlikely that not one, but two undescribed philodendrons are being lumped by the trade under this binomial. Perhaps the second most beautiful plant listed in this article when grown to perfection (good luck, home gamers!). Philodendron Hastatum “Silver Sword” Philodendron Hastatum “Silver Sword” Regular price $75.00 Sale price $75.00 Regular price. Rufous-eyed brook frog (Duellmanohyla rufioculis) on Philodendron verrucosum, Costa Rica. Like that species, some individuals display attractive light pink or reddish-tinged lower leaf surfaces when young and cultivated in deep shade. species from Colombia and Ecuador. (e.g. Their often boldly marked leaves, especially when small often leads to confusion with smaller individuals of P. brandtianum, which have lightly marked or uniformly green leaves once they grow through adolescence. Philodendron Ring of Fire. Corrective measures are required to reverse this and should be taken prior to the plant evidencing its displeasure by dropping leaves. On its home grounds in very shady, western Amazonian rainforests this remarkable plant is among one of the most beautiful of all philodendrons. I’m afraid the days of inexpensive, high quality tree fern totems are long gone. A mature Philodendron glanduliferum shown growing as a terrestrial in a foothill rainforest of northern Central America. Ending Today at 7:01PM PST 14h 46m #11 Extremely Rare Philodendron … Author’s image. This is a climbing philodendron. Damage is easy to detect and will manifest itself as “sand-blasted” leaf surfaces and curled or crippled leaves that are often accompanied by fine webbing on the undersides when spider mites are the culprit. camiloanum in 1986 based on a Julian Steyermark collection (101804) from the lowlands of southwestern Venezuela. Above left, a mature leaf on a Philodendron fibrosum growing in the author’s collection. It has required several months of rehab time back in the greenhouse to push a new pair of leaves and begin to restore a semblance of its past glory but will certainly take nine to 12 months to fully recover from its rather brief sojourn as a house pet. One of the very best “rare” ornamental philodendrons shady tropical patios, tall vertical plantings and wet walls. Author’s image. New 123juncab. we always got along very well and did a couple of short, successful and drama-free road trips together to source exotic plants across Florida in 1999 and 2000 in his dilapidated 1970s era V-8 sedan. Despite being grown very bright in this part of the greenhouse, these plants develop very velutinous upper leaf surface at all stages of life. Mature leaf on Philodendron triumphans ined. Perhaps more than any other genus of plants, philodendrons have powered the astonishing wave of interest and enthusiasm among “rare” tropical foliage aficionados over the past few years. Author’s collection and image. Unit price / per . Leaf detail on a near mature Philodendron pastazanum in the author’s collection. Recently transplanted, seed-grown Philodendron plowmanii in 6”/15 cm pots on a greenhouse bench in the author’s collection. Alternate trade names: P. verrucosum, Philodendron verrucosum “Chocó Red” (? Hybrids: Philodendron verrucosum x melanochrysum (several hybridizers), P. verrucosum x sodiroi (P. ‘Majestic’ – unknown hybridizer). It can both climb or crawl depending on the conditions given. On Apr 11, 2020, Kell from Northern California, CA (Zone 9b) wrote: Keith Henderson crossed the 2 species Philodendron gloriosum and Philodendron melanochrysum in the 1970s to create this hybrid philodendron. Trade names: Philodendron plowmanii Croat ined. See the footnoted image at the beginning of the article for additional information. This can sometimes be frustrating to botanists and naturalists trying to provide a name to a specimen of an unfamiliar variant. Philodendron verrucosum x melanochrysum rare aroid hybrid fully rooted. All of these may be verified through the Tropicos online database. Regular price $17.00 Sale price $17.00 Regular price. Alternate trade names: Sometimes confused with individual Philodendron serpens forms with reddish petiole scales as well as the sometimes-sympatric P. malesivichiae Croat, which has similar petioles but differs in its bright green, glossy, broadly ovate to suborbicular leaf blades. P.x joepii) tend to fetch the highest prices in the market, more discerning and experienced collectors - especially in the U.S. - have increasingly shifted their focus to rare Panamanian, Colombian, Ecuadoran, Peruvian and Brazilian Philodendron species with showy leaves and attractive plant forms. Erwinia, Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas bacterial blights can also be troublesome if introduced to a collection but in my experience they are generally easier to control with antibiotics and systemic copper in Philodendron than in Anthurium species. This comely plant is also known as Philodendron ‘Splendid’, and it is indeed splendid! P. lupinum, P. triumphans, some P. hederaceum forms). 207. The type specimen of Philodendron verrucosum that Schott based his 1856 description on has not been found. It is always best to rely on prilled or water soluble ferts that have trace levels of boron (B) incorporated. Comments made to me by several US growers suggest these plants are noticeably easier to succeed with than imports that come in under this name that actually match the species description. A fairly showy terrestrial and short hemiepiphytic species occurring from 1,300-6,500’/400 to 2,000 masl in western Colombia. … I would assume the few imported clones originating from cloud forest localities would be especially finicky in cultivation. While I try not to overdo it, large vented tubs filled with free-draining substrates have reliably produced exceptional looking plants in my collections in both Guatemala and California. It differs in several aspects from the Peruvian Amazon plants now in broad cultivation outside of Brazil. Sale Sold out. I am reluctant to make specific product recommendations due to potential liability if/when a reader misuses them; suffice to say there’s also a vast selection of arthropod pest control options available to growers that vary from essentially harmless to very dangerous to humans and other vertebrates. It remains to be seen whether there are stable, neotenous examples of this or a related, undescribed species that occur in nature. Image: ©F. This Philodendron species is notable for having disjunct populations in Oaxaca, Tabasco and Chiapas states, México as well as the Caribbean foothill forests of northern Central America from 1,600-6,500’/500 to 2000 m. Thomas Croat published P. glanduliferum ssp. Besides the environmental downside to peat extraction that suggests we should make more rational use of this resource, peat is hard to wet when dry and hard to dry when wet. The leaves are velvety and slightly longer and narrower as compared to P. Gloriosum but not as long as on P. Melanochrysum. HYBRIDS TROPICAL PLANTS. This is still a somewhat rare philodendron species in cultivation that has conspicuously subvelvety upper (adaxial) leaf surfaces and showy carmine to crimson colored lower (abaxial) surfaces when young. Many exceptional philodendrons, anthuriums, alocasias, lasioids and species from even more obscure aroid genera that are now in cultivation can trace their origins back to his efforts. Anthurium Crenatum. Fairly to very susceptible to mite infestations when grown warm and dry but can be divided and restarted if defoliation occurs during the summer, so this tends to be more a seasonal irritant than a deal breaker for most home growers. A mature Philodendron grandipes shown in nature in eastern Panamá. The brief, gale like conditions that often accompany severe tropical depressions will reliably shred newer leaves on delicate climbing aroids. New beleafandraindrops. Philodendron Laciniatum Totem Plant in 2x2x7″ Pot. It has proven to be an unfussy and easy grower. Some individuals exhibit almost uniformly colored leaf surfaces throughout life. Some exceptional individuals and localized wild ecotypes of Philodendron verrucosum probably have the most colorful leaves of any naturally occurring aroid. It creates leaves with bright white or bright green veins. Lowland and foothill forest origin plants appear very temperature tolerant. A large mature Philodendron verrucosum shown in nature as an adpressed hemiepiphyte in Caribbean versant foothill forest of western Panamá. Ceux-ci sont de plus en plus rapide et sain dans notre serre chaude. Please note that the pot shown in the image is for display purposes only and is not included with purchase. Unlike Philodendron verrucosum, this species has very short stem internodes so it can carry a dense foliage canopy even when relatively short-statured. Its stately foliage when fully developed may be compared, for size and effectiveness, with that of Anthurium Veitchii and A. Warocqueanum…. 254. Two additional synonyms published in the early 20th century also occasionally surface; P. discolor K. Krause and P. pilatonense Engl. CalMag and CalMag Plus (both 2-0-0+ micros) can also be drenched to provide supplemental Ca and Mg. Because some warm climate areas of the U.S. have hard tap water or calcareous soils, philodendrons often do exceptionally well as landscape and pot plants in these regions. As more forms become available to collectors, nurseries often lump plants from very low elevations, middle elevations and high elevations that often originated from different countries under one species name and then out they go to plant shows or internet sales. Philodendron Glorious * is a semi-climbing aroid with Philodendron Gloriosum and Philodendron Melanochrysum parentage. Because this species is subvelvety and colorful only in youth, plants should be propagated from stem divisions and offsets on a regular basis if the grower wishes to maintain these desirable leaf traits in their specimens. ranges from southeastern Ecuador into central Perú between 975 and 4,875’/300 and 1,500 masl. Ecuadoran material shown online with pale green veins on the lower leaf surfaces and that do not show other key characters matching the species description (Croat, 1997) are best considered P. aff. This species has proven to be generally mite resistant in my collections in Guatemala and California. Muller 2020. I propose resurrecting this binomial from obscurity to apply to a showy Colombian Philodendron species now circulating in the trade. Poor plant selection and understanding of this species’ needs, together with fumbled attempts by less-skilled growers have conspired to give this species a bit of bad rap in cultivation. Author’s plant and image. with both Pipoly and Croat accessions listed as specimens. We also received a Certificate of Merit for it from the Royal Botanic Society two years previous under the same name". Left, a deeply saturated new leaf on P. squamicaule from western Panamanian cloud forest, shown in nature. Author’s collection and image. Mature leaf on a large Philodendron cf. While my personal collection of uncommon or rare philodendrons is relatively modest by some large public garden standards (~50 species, ~60 forms overall including distinctive ecotypes), I currently grow or have grown in the recent past all of the plants discussed below. Velour Philodendron (Philodendron melanochrysum): Striking heart-shaped, velvety leaves grow up to 3 feet long. This plant’s relationships with P. lupinum remain unclear. Potted plants in any but the largest containers become very unstable as both totem and plant sizes increase in height. Despite young cultivated plants exhibiting a distinctly velvety aspect, mature wild plants can be rather plain looking. Hall and A. Dearden 2020. Otherwise it is fairly mite resistant and a very rewarding species to grow. When leaf perfect, this is unquestionably a jewel of a plant that evidences the special attention bestowed on it by its grower/s. “Chocó Red” plants now popular with collectors. Small, vividly patterned juvenile plants may also be confused with P. brandtianum K. Krause. Distinctive morphological differences in foliage between some imported plants sold under this name suggest that there is more than one population being traded as P. serpens. Spathe colors can be both attractive and rather variable within the northern Central American populations. I generally start fresh stem cuttings or trashed imports in heat sterilized New Zealand long fibered sphagnum moss inside a large new Ziplock bag. Monroe Birdsey, in “The Cultivated Aroids” (1951) mistakenly wrote that Costa Rican plants “…will lose the dark salmon-purple color of the leaves in all but the darkest situation…”. Described from horticulture in the Gardener’s Chronicle, the author’s name remains a minor mystery as does the apparent absence of any illustration that may have accompanied the original description. Published in 2013, it remains somewhat rare in collections and seems to have derived from very few founders. Juvenile foliage of Philodendron brandtianum, a commonly cultivated splash-leaf philodendron that can resemble immature P. sodiroi. Alternate trade names: Commonly mistaken by export nurseries for a variety of somewhat similar-looking Philodendron and even Anthurium (!!) Philodendron Melanochrysum. Together with his friend, sometime business associate and tireless, good-humored foil, Ralph Lynam (d. 2010), for many years he maintained a very impressive if wildly disorganized collection of tropical aroids on Ralph’s property in Davie, Florida. in prep.” = unpublished species/manuscript in preparation or “in press” = publication expected very soon. Note that petiole color on plants from the extremes of the species’ range are green, while those from the central part of its’ range are violet. Young Philodendron cf. The prominent sunken veins that are darker colored below, coupled with elongated, flattened petiole scales that extend the length of dark green petioles help to identify this species. This plant is growing just southeast of where the designated holotype of P. verrucosum was collected in 2008 (Santamaría 7453), so is representative of type locality material. Authors’ image. In notes on the associated accession (Steyermark 52843) he observed that its local name was “capotillo” and wrote, “One of the outstanding decorative aroids. Author’s image. Lamar 2020 scanned from a print film snapshot. I know this plant is in Hawaii and most likely in some collections on the mainland . Alternate trade names: None currently, but Philodendron carderi Hort. Philodendron hybrid names . Those I have grown in cultivation are identical to plants I observed in nature (see images of both shown here). Philodendron lupinum proper was first discovered as a live plant of unknown geographic provenance in the Roberto Burle-Marx collection at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, also in early 2001. Together with Alfred Graf’s early hints as to the geographic origin of Philodendron sp. This species can thrive as a houseplant on a totem when small, but is a bit more challenging as an interior plant when larger. Out of stock. This plant appears temperature tolerant in cultivation and in my collection has handled short term stints from 48° F to 95° F/9-35° C with no visible damage. Its very handsome foliage does indeed resemble capotillos (diminutive cloaks). obs.) While he loved to tinker with new growing and propagating techniques for tuberous aroids and had an interesting rare Amorphophallus collection for that period, his short attention span, bouts of indolence and horrible quality irrigation water made his place a dead end for many delicate aroids. The source of plants currently in cultivation has been a mystery since it reappeared on the rare plant scene some years back. In contrast, species originating from very shady rainforest understory will be miserable if grown too bright and will evidence their displeasure via rapid leaf scorching, tip burn and leaf drop. In contrast, many of the more desirable and costly species now popular in cultivation require climate controlled or near optimal environmental conditions to thrive in cultivation, not to mention more than just a soupçon of growing skill on the part of their owners. Sale Sold out. comm. Mite resistant, but very sensitive to root drying which will reliably brown tip the very soft-textured leaves. It is strictly a creature of very wet tropical forests wherever it occurs. Comments shown below are extracted from the Royal (Botanical) Garden, Kew Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information, App. As illustrated below with some well-cultivated P. gloriosum in Guatemala and P. cf. The Plant List currently places P. vanninii Croat as an unresolved name. The plants surged up and out from a very shady and humid corner of the house side of my Lexan roofed atrium and snaked two stories high to the roofline. Proper nitrogen (N) nutrition is key to growing perfect philodendron leaves. Like some Central American forms, the lower leaf color intensifies with size and is a very attractive feature of the plant. Note that even relatively benign “organic” or homemade spray solutions such as rubbing alcohol-based pest controls can irritate eyes or cause breathing issues if misused. Soil: well draining. Even in large, humid conservatories most of these plants tend to stall out at 24”/60 cm leaf sizes and do not look remotely like the >80’/24.5 m tall specimens I have seen in nature. “…climber more robust than verrucosum; cordate leaves velvety, moss green with grayish veins, silver green reverse, green hairs on petioles.” A black and white image of a young plant is shown at the bottom of pg. Image: ©F. Philodendron Dark Lord Cutting (1 Pc.) A few, mostly those originating from high elevation ecosystems, require cool nights with temperatures dropping into the high 50s to low 60s F/13-16° C to hold more than a leaf or two and survive long term. Right, a well-established P. lynnhannoniae planted in pure NZ long fibered sphagnum moss in a one gl./3.85 lt pot. Aphids and mealybugs are also reliable, common and obnoxious warm weather pests on philodendrons. Schott will tolerate a surprising amount of neglect and yet manage to cling to life in the most challenging of environments. Leaves to 24”/60 cm but normally much smaller in cultivation. plants currently being sold online under this name are misidentified. Whether or not the 1898 description is ultimately amended with herbarium specimens and a full description to validate Philodendron triumphans or a new name is chosen is still under review. Typically, juvenile examples of these species have the most intense lower leaf coloration while the undersides of mature leaves are either green or suffused with very light pink (e.g. A very handsome terrestrial species with large, subvelvety, bluish gray leaves with chalk white contrast veining. Print. Properly grown, well-rooted young plants can attain respectable sizes in fairly short order. Muller 2020. I have taped several leaves on fully mature plants growing in the undercanopy of undisturbed forest on the Continental Divide in Coclé Province as well as the Caribbean lowlands of Veraguas Province – both in Panamá - that measured ~30”/75 cm in length and ~26”/65 cm in width. For whatever reason (similar personalities, perhaps?) The slightly peltate leaves and flat, terete or subterete petioles are good quick-check key character to separate it from regional lookalikes. I also heard through a mutual friend (JB) that he was not at all pleased that I stopped writing and calling him. None of the climbing species with delicate leaves will withstand anything stronger than a gentle breeze and retain undamaged foliage. Philodendrons have long been known to have fairly high calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg) requirements and indoor feeding regimens should take this into account (Hershey and Merritt, 1987). Hybrids: Philodendron verrucosum x melanochrysum (several hybridizers, probably the reverse cross as well using this species as the seed parent). Author’s image. It has proven to be an unfussy … Smaller specimens grow fairly well as houseplants; larger individuals seem more finicky in general and probably do not. Philodendron Joepii Plant in 2x2x7″ Pot. While I still favor them, they are now relatively costly and usually hard to obtain outside of origin countries. Lower left shown in nature, ©F. Image: ©F. ", Central Phoenix -- I have an Aloe Christmas Carol, ... read more, I just found one upside down on our patio and put him ... read more, Flocks to the suet feeder along with the dozen or so ... read more, We've all done it. Throughout the text, different botanists’ names and collection numbers are cited for corroborative and reference purposes. Greenspaces.id is a startup that tries to bring green space wherever you are.Both in Indonesia or other parts of the world. She is known to have grown a number of then rare and noteworthy Neotropical aroids endemic to Colombia. I have not flowered any as of yet, but it will be interesting to see how inflorescences compare. Philodendron Super Atom. Fast growing overall and can excel as a houseplant if kept well-watered and carefully sited. Alternate trade names: When fully mature, its remarkable resemblance to the Peruvian endemic Philodendron lynamii Croat ined. Both clones are of Peruvian Amazon origin. Nonetheless, for a variety of reasons I believe that there is a very strong case to be made that these represent the same plant species. Pothos barberianus. These plants all require plenty of water, in many cases of fair purity, to thrive. 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