Why is it that any nursery that sells leucophyllas only sells the "tarnok" variety? I know that these are all mass produced and distributed for reselling, but why this particular variety? It isn't like anybody that buys them on a whim will be able to keep them alive long enough to see their flowers. Any ideas?
I tend to see the same ol' specimens everywhere that has CPs and I just got to wondering why these varieties.
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I bought my first 'tarnok' at the ABG for $5. Oh yeah.
Tarnok has sweet red veins. Many find this more attractive, so why not?