Philodendron


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Philodendron

plant genus in the family Araceae and a popular house plant. Toxin is insoluble calcium oxalate raphide crystals. Causes stomatitis and renal damage in cats.
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Seymour was so taken with the structure that he savaged philodendron blooms in his mother's garden to get specimens for measuring heat generation.
Swedish Accents' laminated leaves, in maple, banana, water lily and philodendron shapes, have three-dimensional veins and indented cut-out edges.
GSR Response Patterns to Various External Stimuli in Philodendron scandens.
Commonly encountered house and landscape plants are: Philodendron, Oleander, Rhododendron, Wisteria, and Elephant Ear.
And if it seems that she finds a hidden danger lurking in every corner like a poisonous philodendron plant, her philosophy on child-rearing is more word-to-the-wise than worrywart.
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It even has the same split-leaf philodendron plants and miniature Norwegian pines in those white circular planters.
Here, one finds gardens of flowering orchids and fruit trees, dense foliage plants like philodendron, ferns, palms, and bromeliads.
87 metres for a Philodendron sellum had been smashed by more than a metre, with the new record standing at 4 metres exactly.
Frogs were taken in flower beds dominated by Asiatic jasmine, Trachelo spermum asiaticum and tree philodendrons, Philodendron bipinnatifidum.
While the census taker may look once a decade, United tallies wandering pianos, meandering rocking chairs, crawling cribs and creeping Philodendron on an annual basis.
The local materials used by these Southern California students included leaf sheafs from the giant philodendron, New Zealand flax plants, King Palm fruit stems, fan palm, Draco Dracena, iris leaves, date palm fruit stem, grapevine, ivy, honeysuckles and many more.