Identification: 2 More mystery plants for me!

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  1. Canadianplant

    Canadianplant Active Member

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    Well, jsut got back from safeway and purchased a type of philodendron and palm.

    I have no clue what the Philo. is but the palm i believe Dypsis Lutesence or howea of some sort. Heres some pics.

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  2. saltcedar

    saltcedar Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    Juvenile palm, possibly Howea forsteriana.
    #2 might be Spathiphyllum 'Sensation'

    HTH
    Chris
     
  3. Canadianplant

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    Ty, the philos are always ard to ID. Its not liek theres alot to choose from right?? lol
     
  4. Bluewing

    Bluewing Well-Known Member

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    Hundreds....
     
  5. Canadianplant

    Canadianplant Active Member

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    i cant even fin one that looks like one on the net
     
  6. joclyn

    joclyn Rising Contributor

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    there are thousands of phils and the fact that they morph makes them all the harder to id. could also be some other type of aroid, also.
     
  7. Canadianplant

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    came witha label... philodendron sp.

    ya i know what your thinking... what weve been saying on this thread lol
     
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    Could it be an immature split-leaf philo or monstera species or maybe one that's not getting enough light?

    Yeah, I'm pretty useless in this situation, sorry!!
     
  9. Canadianplant

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    definatly not a selloum... i was thinking monstera..but the leaves are too round...
     

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