At 07:02 23/12/03 -0500, you wrote: > >---------- >From: "ROBERT PARKER" <email@example.com> >Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2003 12:17:04 -0800 >To: "DELL SHERK" <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Subject: RE: BX 52 > >DELL: YOU LEFT OUT (OR MAYBE I DID) THE WORD "FOLIAGE" IN THE > DESCRIPTION OF THE DIETES. IT SHOULD READ: > > "FOLIAGE 2 FT. GREEN, BEAUTIFULLY STRIPED WITH CREAM" > >AS IT READS, THE FLOWERS ARE WHITE STRIPED WITH CREAM. >PERHAPS YOU CAN MENTION THIS TO ANYONE WHO ORDERS THEM? > Robert and/or Dell, Do we know if there is any chance that the variegation will be inherited in the seedlings? Does anyone else grow this and know whether any variegated seedlings are likely to appear? I know that with some variegated plant variegated progeny often appear in seedlings while in others the chances are pretty much zero. I have heaps of seedlings of D. grandiflora and don't really need more <grin> but would be interested in seed if there is any real chance of getting variegation in the seedlings. Does anyone know what the chances are? Cheers. Paul Tyerman Canberra, Australia. USDA equivalent - Zone 8/9 mailto:email@example.com Growing.... Galanthus, Erythroniums, Fritillarias, Cyclamen, Crocus, Cyrtanthus, Oxalis, Liliums, Hellebores, Aroids, Irises plus just about anything else that doesn't move!!!!!