> Two similar questions.
> 1. I have a fruitless peach tree. Some of its leaves are red; some
> are green. Is there a healthy way to encourage it to have red leaves?
> 2. I found, in my yard, a single blade of grass in a bright magenta
> color among a million green blades. Is this unhealthy? If not, how
> can I duplicate it?
> Thank you.
> Ted Shoemaker
From peaches, I don't know, but in grapes, the grape color is made in
the leaf, and when the leaf gets ready to fall off, the pigments are
trapped, turning the leaf red or yellow. On the other hand, being
fruitless, if the leaves are making the pigments, maybe they have
nowhere to go. Let me get another beer, and cogitate on this.
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