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Variegated foliage

In a message dated 06/24/2003 10:04:24 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
hodgesaa@islc.net writes:

> I hate those variegated potato vines and the variegated tropical hibiscus
> with foliage like that. I think they look diseased.
> Andrea H

I totally agree with you Andrea. Except for Hostas, most variegated foliage 
looks diseased to me.  I think those evergeens with yellow foliage that people 
rave over look as if they are on their way out.  Oh well.  No accounting for 
taste.  Auralie

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