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comments (4) March 1st, 2013 in gallery
seabuckthorn seabuckthorn, member
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what is this plant called



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goodearth writes: This looks like the common houseplant Syngonium podophyllum - Arrowhead Vine. Also known as Nephthytis. Very easy to grow - low light is okay, slow release fertilizer is best, don't overwater it. If the vines get too long, cut them off - and you can start new plants by rooting them in water. Posted: 3:45 pm on March 7th
tntreeman writes: i'm sticking with Alocasia. that segmented runner with root nodes beginning is the give away i think Posted: 8:29 pm on March 2nd
AllThings_Gardening writes: Hello! This looks like a Caladium 'Angel Wings.' Does it have silver on the leaves? (Some do) Looks like may have been over-watered. I would top-dress with some new potting soil and give some fertilizer then let dry out. To top-dress just take a few handful of new soil and place around top then take a pencil or like and lightly work into existing soil. Posted: 6:44 pm on March 2nd
tntreeman writes: i think this is a young Alocasia, i can see segmented "runners" that you have staked up. my A. Antiquorum Illustris has these same runners but it has a black leaf. pretty sure that's what you have but a green one Posted: 5:43 pm on March 2nd
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