I saw online that you’re able to identify plants for your Web site users. I have been trying to find out what kind of plant one of my houseplants is. My local nursery can’t help me except to tell me that it’s a philodendron. Are you able to identify the specific kind of philodendron by looking at pictures of it? I tried e-mailing you pictures at the address on this Web page but the e-mail bounced back. These three pictures are three angles of the same plant. If you send me a valid e-mail address, could I send them to you for ID’ing.
The Gardener’s Answer
Hello, John in California: We are in the process of updating the Web site to be able to accept images, but for now you can send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. I cannot promise I will able to narrow the philodendron down to a specific variety or cultivar because it is such a large group of plants, but I will do my best. I should at least be able to give you the species name.