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Re: Dracontium amazonense variagated

  • Subject: Re: Dracontium amazonense variagated
  • From: "Daniel Devor" <plantguy@zoominternet.net>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 06:38:41 -0400

Yes, it is fairly common for this species as well as polyphyllum to have variegated leaves.  There are other speices with variegated leaves as well, but I'm draewing a blank on them right now.....I got a tuber of one from a person in Germany that never emerged from dormancy that was to be variegated.  What I find odd is that every time a new leaf emerges is the variegation can vary wildy from a lot to none at all.....do the experts have any thoughts on that phenomena?
 
I've attached a pic of my variegated D. amazoense. 
 
This is my favorite genus of aroids, but they can be tough here in zone 6 without a GH.....I've had several now for 5-6 years and find a few species to be quite manageable even for me.
 
Good growing,
 
Dan
Gibsonia, PA
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2009 2:52 AM
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Dracontium amazonense variagated

I have a small Dracontium amazonense that has a variegated leaf At first I thought it was white spots that were either damage or disease. But now that the leaf is bigger, it looks to be variegated for sure. I still could be wrong but I think not. It could be the result of mu hormone experiments but I was not trying to induce variegation as I do not know how. Inducing variegation seems to be a closely guarded secret. At any rate, I do not think I could duplicate it. I was trying to increase tuber growth actually.

But then again, maybe I did not induce this. So my question to the experts is: Is this common for this spp to be variegated?


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