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Variegated ... Rye?

Posted by MikeyBob VA Mountains Z6 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 13, 04 at 13:01

I noticed this plant in my yard. I think it is an annual rye ... it grows everywhere and couldn't be more common, except this one plant is variegated which seems to be very uncommon. Does anyone have any thoughts about whether or not this is worth propagating? It's rather attractive.

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RE: Variegated ... Rye?

I think it's pretty cool.

RE: Variegated ... Rye?

its very attractive.i had many weeds that verigated in my garden and one day i will produce a heap of verigated plants from what i learned about what caused it.

RE: Variegated ... Rye?

  • Posted by hendy USDA zone (My Page) on
    Sun, Dec 12, 04 at 13:04

Do you want to sold's pretty nice

RE: Variegated ... Rye?

Sorry, I potted up a bit of it but it died. I got some seeds first but they aren't sprouting. Maybe it'll reappear in the spring.

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