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Re: TB: Zebra and striped foliage

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

Hi Joni,
Off the top of my head I think BOLD STRIPES is a yellow with variegated
foilage.  Our plicata seedling with variegated foilage is blooming this
morning, I will be busy crossing it with my SA color breaker!
Mike - tired after HUGE amount of people here over the weekend.
-----Original Message-----

>From: ItsRoTalk@aol.com
>Hi guys -
> I'm not well enough informed yet to follow along on the hybridizing
>Without a teacher and a blackboard, I'm lost!!!
> I do have a question about the TB's with variegated leaves. I have ZEBRA
>I just love the yellow and green foliage. I'm curious to know if there is a
>variegated TB with yellow flowers? The whole reason I even wondered this is
>that I have LEMON POP planted in front of ZEBRA and I took the most amazing
>photo the other day of that yellow and white flower backed up by the yellow
>and green leaves and it's beautiful!!
> Is ZEBRA sterile or something? Or maybe the variegated leaves don't get
>passed on?? I can't believe that there aren't lots of variegated TB's out
>there. I think I've only seen 2, maybe 3, others. Anyone out there doing
>crosses for this trait?

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