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S. masoniana variegated

Posted by woodnative 6 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 10, 13 at 9:32

Probably needs a bigger pot. I really appreciate having this one and hope to keep it going! It is now on "summer vacation" outside. So easy to grow Sans at this time of year.......but winters are long, dark, and cool here!

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RE: S. masoniana variegated

What a wonderful specimen. But "Variegated Masoniana" doesn't do it justice. There are so many different variegated patterns. Would you call this one "striated"? And this one is the white variegation as opposed to the yellow. And could you say whether this is mericlinal, periclinal or sectorial? Does it produce normal pups or is it stable?

RE: S. masoniana variegated

I beleave it is stable. It looks like the patern I own which is from Chris. Mine is just sitting doing nothing. I checked the roots out and they are growing, Lots of new roots, no rhizomes. My other slightly varigated one is just starting to take off.

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