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Re: [aroid-l] variegated aroids

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] variegated aroids
  • From: Scott Hyndman hyndman@aroid.org
  • Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 07:00:56 -0600


There is a good article on the Web on the origin,
development, and propagation of chimeral variegation by
Daniel Lineberger of Texas A&M University at

Michael Marcotrigiano is an expert on chimeras and
variegation.  You can find references to his articles at

Regards,  Scott

On Sun, 9 Nov 2003 20:35:22 -0500
 "Albert & Febie" <mrknight@charter.net> wrote:
> I have been trying to increase my collection of some of
> the rarer variegated aroids and have been told that
> variegation is not stable. Why wouldn't it be stable if
> It has been grown like that for a time or found in the
> wild that way? How would I keep it variegated?

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