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Old 03-03-2003, 09:04 AM
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http://cactuscowboy0.tripod.com/unknown.htm

http://cactuscowboy0.tripod.com/unknown2.htm

http://cactuscowboy0.tripod.com/unknown3.htm

You'll have to excuse the pictures I hope there's enough detail in them for
you to see and discern the plant with. Thanks for any help.

Cowboy



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Old 03-03-2003, 03:03 PM
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Looks like a spathiphyllum.

http://www.apopkafoliage.com/Plants/Spathiphyllum.htm




On Mon, 03 Mar 2003 08:57:26 GMT, "Cowboy" wrote:

http://cactuscowboy0.tripod.com/unknown.htm

http://cactuscowboy0.tripod.com/unknown2.htm

http://cactuscowboy0.tripod.com/unknown3.htm

You'll have to excuse the pictures I hope there's enough detail in them for
you to see and discern the plant with. Thanks for any help.

Cowboy


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Old 03-03-2003, 05:15 PM
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There's not a lot to go on, you know. Two leaves and
not enough growth to see it's growing habits. But, I'll
take a stab at it and say that it looks like it *could*
be a kind of philodendron or pothos.

Tracey

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It would help to see the whole plant, but my guess is Aglaonema commutatum, the
Chinese evergreen.
Iris,
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Old 04-03-2003, 03:27 AM
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"Tracey" wrote in message
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There's not a lot to go on, you know. Two leaves and
not enough growth to see it's growing habits. But, I'll
take a stab at it and say that it looks like it *could*
be a kind of philodendron or pothos.

Tracey


Looking at the second picture, the way the stem is sprouting, the look of
the leaf, I concur with your stab,Tracey. Pathos, philodendron, I've grown
lots of these and rooted many for friends. That's what it looks like to me.

Val




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