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variegated

adjective Multifaceted; with many colors, aspects, features, etc
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When it comes to plant care, variegated plants do need a little extra attention.
I reckon you will find this one like so many other variegated plants becomes an overnight sensation, so watch out for it.
Used sparingly, variegated plants can highlight a border or entry garden.
Be warned, though, that new growth can be scorched by icy winds, the variegated types will need some sunshine, and for berries you need a female variety with a male type nearby.
* CHECK shrubs with variegated foliage, such as eleagnus and weigela, for signs of reversion - shoots bearing green leaves - and prune these shoots back to a stem carrying variegated leaves.
A close look reveals that Bradford's shimmering, variegated forms are composed of overlapping squares of cellophane and paper used in various dyeing, straightening, and curling processes, sometimes layered over salvaged remnants of posters or alongside cutouts from hairstyling magazines.
Taller plants for the middle would be some of the grasses like Pennisetum or Miscanthus with variegated leaves and fluffy flowers.
They can range from deep olive to lime and lemon and there are blue greens, shiny and matt greens and lovely variegated forms of evergreens with dashes of white, yellow, cream and gold.
It was easy to imagine how a drift of variegated Japanese spurge could illuminate a dark space beneath a pine, and how one of the new selections of kinnikinnick could carpet a swath of sandy ground where no healthy grass would grow.
Variegated types are the most noticeable, including E.
It grows to around 10ft (3m) high if left unchecked and blends well with variegated ivy.
There are some pretty coloured forms of marjoram for the flower garden, some with white or pink flowers, others with gold or variegated foliage.