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Re: Zypher variegation


>To the best of my knowledge, Walden-West is the only source for 
>Zypher, and it is not for sale.  I know it's not in Charlie and Jay's 
>catalogue.  I tried to purchase it about five years ago.

Charlie has had problems with propagating Zypher.  Apparently the TC 
people lost all the plants he sent them and he only has a few fans of 
it now.

Actually, Zypher is not a landscape plant.  This is strickly a 
hybridizers plant.  It's not at all an impresssive plant.  Without a 
label you will walk right past it and never know it and you really 
have to look carefully to see the variegation.  However, it produces 
some magnificent variegated seedlings, and in turn its variegated 
seedlings produce more variegated seedlings.  

I'll have to talk to Charlie about BAPing it for him.

Joe Halinar

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