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RE: More confusion


>A) I think its "undulata variegata", small to md. lots of white, green
>margins, kinda  wavy, thats been here for 30 + yrs.

It's H.'Undulata'
> So what is the other
>one called that has bigger leaves & more green (and a little darker)?

I think H.'Middle Ridge'
>B) And if it has just a fine strip of white down the middle, does it have a

H.'Undulata Univitata'
>C) And when it goes all green is it "undulata var. erromena"???

>D) And is Night Before Christmas related to any of these, especially the
>bigger "A" one?  Cause right now my new Night B.Christmas sure does look an
>awfull lot like it!

No, H.'Night Before Christmas' is a H.'White Christmas' mutation with is a
H.'Fortunei' mutation.

Maybe you can count the pair of veins and measure the leafsize for a more
acurate answer.

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