A. Triphyllum silver veined
George R. Stilwell, Jr.
GRSJr at WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Sun May 19 18:24:27 CEST 2002
There are quite a lot of "cultivars" that resemble "Mrs. French" to some
Nina Lambert researched the subject and found lots of interesting information
about "Mrs. French" and other variegated vein types. I was supposed to
help her document it all, but it's just been too hectic here.
At 08:30 AM 5/19/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> I am wondering how many cultivars ther are of
>triphyllum that are similar to "Mrs. French's Veined"?
> I found a couple dozen silver veined ones on a
>hillside in western Tennessee. There were several
>clumps that were probably 3 year old seedlings and
>then scattered, almost mature plants. They were only
>on one part of the slope but mixed with the normal. I
>did not see a flowering sized plant though.
> It differs from "Mrs Frenchs Veined". I grow that
>cultivar and it has paler veins and this has silvery
>veins and very noticable, and more slender leaves.
> Aaron Floden
> Stilwell, KS
> Zone 5
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