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Re: H.'Undulata Mediovariegta'

WiN wrote:
> At 11:48 PM 3/27/99 +0100, Henk wrote: "Please give me your opinion. Thanks Henk."
> ===>> Henk, there are various types of white centre-leaf variegation per H. undulata, being unstable.  I would suggest you call them all 'Univittata' rather than try to isolate the types (see sample image attached), or "Skunk Orgy" might be a good name LOL :-B)) <Bill Nash>
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There is a much prettier plant in our yard, also  called H. undulata
'Univittata.'  Bob Olson is unable to walk past a leaf from this plant
without instructing the clerk to give it (and me) a blue ribbon.

Modestly yours,

Irwin Johnson
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