Hi, I noticed that variegated japanese maples rarely produce seeds. But when some branches present a reversion, they recover the ability to produce seeds. I wonder if I harvest seeds from those branches, I have more chance to obtain variegated seedlings than other non-variegated maples or not? And what if I harvest seeds from a totally reverted tree? For exemple in the arboretum of Aubonne in Switzerland there is a japanese maple identified "roseomarginatum" but the leaves are not variegated. I suppose that the entire tree has reverted for a long time. But what if I collect seeds from this tree?