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Climbing plant...philodendron???

comments (2) March 23rd, 2013 in gallery
Landshark41 Landshark41, member
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Leaves (thats my hand behind them)
This is happening in what looks like a new cluster. Is it blooming?
Leaves (thats my hand behind them) Click the image to enlarge.

Leaves (that's my hand behind them)


I can't decide if this is some kind of philodendron, a pothos, or what. I potted some as a houseplant, and it thrives no matter what. It grows wild on the side of my house, is nearly indestructible, and the main plant is nearly 6 feet tall on my outside wall. When I pull it off the wall, it takes the paint with it. It thrives in as much water as it can get and LOVES sunshine. I just don't know what it is or where it came from. I think the previous owner of my house left a houseplant outside and it took over, but I've had the house for 14 years.



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Dantheplantman writes: Its a Syngonium aka Nephthytis which is a tropical vine related to Philodendron. Common name is arrowhead vine Posted: 8:51 pm on March 23rd
tntreeman writes: where do you live? and post a photo of the flower when fully opened please. Posted: 5:51 pm on March 23rd
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