Strelitzia reginea variegata

siegel2December 30, 2006

Someone was kind enough to give me some seeds from a Strelitzia reginea variegata plant. He only has the one plant and there aren't any other regular Strelitzia reginea plants in the immediate area.

What are the chances that I will actually get Strelitzia reginea variegata seedlings from them? Or will I probably end up with just plain old Strelitzia reginea seedlings.

Thank you!

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rhizo_1 (North AL) zone 7

This is a plant that could be termed a rare seedling mutuation and such a plant would not be expected to occur within the offspring of sexually generated plants.

    Bookmark   January 4, 2007 at 9:43AM
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