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.
"Splendens Foliis Variegatis" ... it is a splendid name! This variegated, double-pink oleander is an unsurpassed old European cultivar, which was first mentioned in 1854 in Handbuch der Blumengärtnerei, by J.W. F. Bosse.
This is a top class ornamental for tropical gardens and settings. This showy variegated clone of Philodendron giganteum is reminiscent of the old good "pothos", Epipremnum aureum, because they have a similar variegation pattern, but the size of this is enormous.
Variegated selection of "heartleaf philodendron", a popular climbing tropical aroid. Suitable as an indoor plant, in baskets or poles. The wild, green form is widespread in tropical America and it was formerly called Philodendron scandens.
Plumeria'Silver Leaf' is for us one of the most different and most attractive variegated plumerias. It has a delicate milky bloom all over the leaf and a cream-white margin that often becomes larger with white speckles. Flowers are pink and white with a yellow throat.
Old cultivar from Sicily with a truly different white-and-yellow flower, with very slender petals and strong scent. The bark is silvery, somehow like Plumeria 'Palermitana'. Nobody knows if it is a Sicilian selection or if it was brought from somewhere else at least one century ago.
This is a garden selection with green leaves with cream-white speckles, lacking the purple hues of other cultivars. A great shrubs for frost free areas, also great accent plants in pots, native to the Pacific Islands.
ONE super-thick cutting ready to sprout - Striped-stemmed sugar cane with glossy colourful stems with yellow and dark red lines. Very ornamental! Very good flavour and tender skin. Not really "variegated" but still beautifully striped.
NEW ! - Cont. 8-10 cm. The most sought after of all the “Hahnii”. Thin, small, yellow, semi translucent leaves with a wide, central green band. Its ample variegation makes this plant the most delicate of the series: better grown indoor in a warm,
NEW ! - 30 cm tall, cont. 12 cm. Wonderful, new cultivar showing a unique type of variegation:looks as painted with glossy creamy-golden enamel. It grows in ‘tulip shaped’ rosettes of thick, 30 cm long, arching leaves. The most brightly coloured.
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