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Variegated Travelers palm

Hello All!

I am writing this letter to all of you that expressed interest in my 
(unfortunately) one single variegated traveler's palm plant.

I had no idea of magnitude of the responses I received. Thank you all very 
much for your kind offers of housing this unique plant.

For those that suggested tissue culture, I would love to pursue that avenue, 
but I was under the impression that variegated plants are actually chimeras 
of albino and "normal" cells and either of these lines could be cultured, 
but not both. If I am wrong, PLEASE correct me and I'll take it to the 
University of Arizona to have tissue culture work done, and I'll send 
everyone a plant who requested one.

This weekend I will contact one of you to make arrangements for the 

I must apologize for taking so long to respond.

Many thanks again,

Nyles Bauer
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