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Saw the link MVR. I had seen it earlier but I had my doubts. That's why I posted it here. Mine has all reddish leaves and I have planted in the ground in full sun. In my workplace, they had kept a couple of plants indoors and it had its new leaves green which I think would eventually turn reddish. Mine however hasn't thrown any green leaves.
Dinu ... basing from all materials read & previous experiences, it was indicated NOT to put in full sun,only in well lite area. the sun will scorch or make the leaves turn red. make an experiment to prove my point... take a cutting, plant some and place in a partly shaded area, and u will see the greens.
Gee, I thought they were supposed to be red. I am pretty sure this is what I got this spring from a friend. It is being trained as a standard. I have it in the sun with a little shade during the heat of the day and it is so pretty. I love the red leaves. Will check out the site posted too.
Justmelisa, the camera I use is a borrowed one: Sony Mavica. My friends - the Thomases readily offer their valuable camera for me (I can't afford to buy one) and I am grateful to them. Without this help from them, I would never have imagined to post so many pictures here on DG. Glad you liked the hands too behind the camera!!
Sony Mavica - don't remember the code. It comes something like two letters and two or three digits. It is not a new one. I have seen it with them for abut 4 years now. May be an older model. How much did yours cost?