Sunday, February 27, 2011
Rubus calycinoides , ( an evergreen ground cover from the raspberry family) I found this mutant with it's pinwheel margins of lime, cream and green variegation on a design job a few years back . The 4 inch mutated sprig of variegation was in a over grown planting to be removed. I took a cutting and rooted it. The mother plant is in England being tested for it's potential for world sales, I will call it "Cash Cow" or Retirement". The picture with the berries is the stock plant where I found "Cash Cow's" mutant growth.