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Re: Re: Ruellia

Noreen you are not helping my addiction!.... I am very familiar with
varigated water celery.... so what is the name of this plant to look

ruellia straberry and cream or some other tongue twisting name?


> Oops, I just read my post after trying to figure out what you meant Andrea.   
> I think I might have been misleading.  The "strawberry & cream" isn't pink 
> and white blooming, I meant to mention the three different types.   The new 
> "strawberry & cream" has variegated foliage.  White splotches on green, adding 
> pink coloration to it 
> during cooler climates.  (An analogy for the water gardeners.....much like 
> the Korean water celery does.)   It is new on the market as of last fall.  I've 
> only had mine since then.  It does lose the pink in the heat, but retains much 
> of the variegation.  Will see if the pink comes back in the fall then.  
> Flowers are purple.  
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast

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