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Date Posted: 16:47:03 06/30/07 Sat
Author: Didge
Subject: Re: albino adenium
In reply to: clayton 's message, "albino adenium" on 13:22:10 03/13/07 Tue

With no ability to photosynthesize this plant perforce must die (if it has not already) It may be possible to graft it onto another Adenium - even another seedling may work - possibly even creating a chimaera.
This is out of my area of specialisation. However, I expect the Adenium specialists may have been very interested in this mutation. They certainly would have replied to your question and could advise how uncommon it is.
Cheers Didge

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