variegated ping


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i really like it, its unusual and appealing, im assuming its stable and the variegation passes on to offspring? if so are the available to buy at some point?

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No tissue culture induced monsters in my greenhouse!

It appeared last year when i removed some gemmae from the mother plant,just one.

The variegation seemed to go as it grew last year,leaving only small markings but it has come back stronger this spring.

No others gemmae from it yet and only time will tell if it is truly stable.

 

I really like it,so lets hope it is.

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An update on the varigated ping.

It did go much greener whilst it flowered,probably due to hormone changes.

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but now the seed is ripening it has gone much whiter on the new leaves.

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