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.
This climbing aroid has unreal, exotic, ornamental foliage. Each hearth-leaf is dull green, speckled with true shimmering silver. Its flexible stems creep, climb or hang, so it is perfect in hanging baskets. Scindapsus pictus 'Argyraeus' is a bit slower than the more common "pothos" vine, with golden streaks.
Variegated, striped, selection of the popular green-and-purple Caribbean perennial. formerly called Rhoeo spathacea. This plant produces a raibow of colours as the white stripes mix up with purple and green.
The crinkled leaflets of this variegated "Verbena Tree" or "simpleleaf chastetree" are margined in clear bright white--with maturity this beautifully variegated woody slim shrub produces misty pastel lilac clusters of tiny blossoms. It can reach up to 4 m but it is usually kept at 1 - 1,5 m by pruning.
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