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Re: variegated leaves

Now the potato vine with pink/green/white looks stunning rambling around my
lamb's ear in one of the sunnier beds.  But I think it's just that each of
us has different tastes in color combinations.  My husband goes to the
garden centers and picks out what I call "Ronald McDonald colors"  - those
bright oranges, orange reds, lime-y greens, etc.

Interesting though because in temperament, I'm the one with the "hotter"
temperament and he is more low-keyed.  I know that the color tests on the
web are for just colors and not flower/plant colors because we've played
with those.  In that setting and in his clothes, etc. he prefers navy and
burgundy, etc. - conservative colors.

Fran, OKC, Zone 7

From: "Andrea H" <hodgesaa@islc.net>
>  I am not a fan of pink,
> white, and green foliage mixed (except on the water celery) I hate those
variegated potato vines and the variegated tropical hibiscus
> with foliage like that. I think they look diseased.

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