Re: Info on Epipremnum spp.
- Subject: Re: Info on Epipremnum spp.
- From: Denis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 23:49:48 -0500 (CDT)
Culturally the Marble Queen and Jade are distinctly differtent from the
Golden form and do not tolerate as much light as the latter. It may be
as simple as a single yellow leaf pigment missing from the Jade and
Marble Queen forms. I think all of them would have same mature size leaf
if given proper light and fertilizer. The magnesium requirement is
higher on the Jade form. A trait I always attributed this to the higher
volume of green pigment per leaf in Jade as opposed to the variegated
area totally lacking pigment or containing just yellow pigment in the
Derek Burch wrote:
> As a rather prosaic sidelight on the epipremnums: I have always felt that
> the leaves of Marble Queen and Jade (and these two do revert and switch
> backwards and forwards with one another but never to the yellow variegation)
> are quite different from those of the golden form. Pete have you seen
> flowers of each form to know that they are conspecific?
> I never see these two getting to a great height in trees in the South
> Florida area to have a hope of finding flowering material. I have brought
> the yellow variegated form into flower with GA, but not the other two ( a
> very distorted flowering, by the way) - Derek Burch