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Re: Info on Epipremnum spp.

  • Subject: Re: Info on Epipremnum spp.
  • From: StellrJ@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2001 00:21:56 -0500 (CDT)

In a message dated Thu, 5 Jul 2001  1:05:47 AM Eastern Daylight Time, "Derek Burch" <derek@horticulturist.com> writes:

<< 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)

The yellow form will revert to all-green, and back.  I always believed this had to do with the amount of light the plant was recieving: it tends to revert to green in dim conditions, and back to yellow-variegated in bright conditions (each leaf is set -- an all-green leaf will stay green, a variegated leaf stay variegated, even when the light conditions change; it is on NEW growth that reversion occurs).  I have observed the same thing in a different plant family: the variegated cvv. of Tradescantia/Zebrina.

Jason Hernandez

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