What's with 'Lisa'????
I bought 'Lisa' last summer and it had two stems. One was all lovely and variegated and the second was almost all green. Four leaves on the lovely variegated stem promptly fell off and it did nothing else for the next several months. A few weeks ago, both stems started to grow. The growth on the variegated stem has been very slow while the other shoot has been growing more and bigger - and solid green leaves! It now has six solid green leaves. My question:
1. Is this reversion permanent or will the green shoot start to produce variegation?
2. Is the green shoot taking energy from the variegated shoot? (hmmm, a parasitic stem?) Would you cut it?
3. If I cut it and decide to root it, is it still 'Lisa'?
Right now, the green shoot is looking like 'tenuipes'.