On October 2 I cut some roots off my lone capensis "red". I was going to do leaf cuttings but they were in decline, so I decided to uproot it and do a few cuttings. It has been exactly one month, and you can see by the picture I took this morning that the plants are entirely green! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif[/img]
I might expect this if I grew them from seed, as the variation can change as it was described on a previous thread.
I know for sure that this plant is indeed a red variety. I recieved it from a reliable source in a trade earlier this year. The remaining leaves/stem was bright red when I took the root cuttings.
The young plants are just a few inches from fluorescent lights, with no glass to cut down light levels.