S. parva variegate....can I cut root the top?
This BEAUTIFUL S. parva yellow variegate was GENEROUSLY sent to me a while back by a VERY GENEROUS GW member who also really knows how to grow Sans. This is also an unstable type of variegation.......the distribution of green and yellow on the new growth is near perfect. However, it is slow to pup, and all the new pups have been just a pale green/yellow (see the pup in the upper right of the photo). I am guessing the base of the plant, where the pups originate, is mostly green/yellow. Would it make sens to cut the top of this parva, and root it? The idea is that the new plant from the top would have a better chance of later throwing out pups that have more variegation. Opinions/input?