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Name: Tofi
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tofitropic
Nov 8, 2017 12:54 AM CST
Can it be propagated by seed?, does it came true by seed?
Name: Lin
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plantladylin
Nov 8, 2017 9:26 AM CST
Hi Tofi,

I'm not sure ... I never saw seeds on my small plant; it was purchased from an on-line site and I planted it in the ground at our old house. I don't even know if it's still alive but it was a pretty little plant with those variegated leaves and pretty lavender blooms.
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Name: Tofi
Sumatera, Indonesia
Vegetable Grower Butterflies Garden Procrastinator Roses Bookworm Tomato Heads
Tropicals Salvias Plays in the sandbox Frogs and Toads Fruit Growers Sempervivums
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tofitropic
Nov 8, 2017 8:52 PM CST
I was stunned seeing it, I happens to get addicted on growing ornamental-edible, and although not really a fan of Asystasia for vegetables, I do sometime cook them for fun,
Since the plant can be weedy, would really wish to have variegated one. Luckily I found one variegated sport growing wild, and cultivated it (not really a beauty, but its OK). However your's are way so nice, hopefully one day it will be available in my country.

Thank you verymuch for responding
tofi

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