Variegated Plants have striped or spotted leaves with attractive colours. Variegation in plants occurs for many reasons. Most commonly it is a genetic mistake that occasionally appears in nature. A white variegation is the result of a plant's inability to produce any pigment in that area. A lesser production of the pigment chlorophyll will allow orange, yellow and light green colors to appear, or even shades of pink, red and purple. These plants are slower than their green relatives and often more expensive. We offer Variegated Agaves, Variegated Aspidistras, Variegated Bromeliads and lots of Variegated Succulents.
Showy variety, variegated in white and yellow of the "Bear’s Paw". It has plump green leaves covered in fine hairs. Deeply notched leaf tips. Clusters of yellowish orange bell-shaped flowers. Frost sensitive.
Stiff, glossy leaves, with golden margins. It is a variegated selection, traditionally planted in gardens of the Canary Islands. This elegant plant usually grows an aerial trunk of 0,5-2 m and then produces an incredibly tall inflorescence.
The "King of the Glotts" is said to be the largest of all the species in the genus Glottiphyllum. Leaves can get quite red when somehow stressed, It is easy to grow, and just as the rest of the genus Glottiphyllum it is chiefly winter-growing but it does not have a true resting season.
Outstanding heliconia with ornamental foliage and dense, upright habit. Most heliconias are from tropical America and only a handful of them is from the Pacific islands. Heliconia indica is one of them and 'Striata' is a supreme striped clone, selected in ancient times somewhere in Melanesia.
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