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Variegated plants

  • Subject: Variegated plants
  • From: Alexander Perez alejw@EARTHLINK.NET
  • Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 23:46:02 -0700

Hello there!  I am new to the list and have a question I hope someone can help me with.  How is it that a variegated plant can all of a sudden have new growth that become entirely green?  I understand this growth needs to be removed before it becomes the dominant color.

Alex p.
Pasadena, CA USA

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