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[Aroid-l] Variegated Elephants Ears


Hi All,
Iíve noticed of late that the Variegated Elephants Ears have thrown a few consecutive new leaves that are either all white, or nearly so.
These leaves donít seem to be the best for the plant in the long term as they seem to rot, and die off, earlier than the older more even coloured leaves.
Are these leaves being induced by a mineral deficiency or toxicity, varying PH levels,  or a fertilizer imbalance? Climatic perhaps?
Also noticed a similar thing with the yellow form of the Monstera deliciosa variegata.
Anyone with ideas? Or sites with technical info, whatever, on ĎVariegatedí plants?
Cheers,
Peter
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