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Thursday, August 07, 2003

 
Gee, maybe we should cultivate this

On a walk today in a fairly natural area, I came across this oddity in a large patch of Asiatic bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus):

Variegated Celastrus

close-up of variegated Celastrus leaf

Just a single variegated stem, the only one in the patch, or any other patch at the site. I'm not saying where it was - I've had enough requests for Japanese knotweed cultivars to know better.






1 Comments:

A mosaic virus?

Some pictures for comparison are on http://www.dias.kvl.dk/plantvirology/seedborne.html

Best regards,

Pim

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2/26/2008 09:17:00 AM  

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