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Loss of color

Posted by yacheryl 9b W-Cent Fla (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 17, 04 at 23:41

I have a real interest in stem, leaf and flower varigation.
And will probably drive you all nuts with pictures and questions.

This is a coral porterweed I had last year.
It had some varigation when I bought it,
but after planting it, it shot up this colorless sport.
I know most of you all would have cut if off to keep the true color coming out.
Anyhow, the plant has since died.
Just thought I'd show you a picture of it......cheryl

**The small varigated leaves are the portorweed.
There is white copperleaf plant in front of it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Coral porterweed

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New leaf

I picked up this varigated vine at Home Depot several years ago.
The new leaves always start out colorless........cheryl

Here is a link that might be useful: Syngonium

RE: Loss of color

Very interesting pictures.

Good Day ...

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