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variegated

adjective Multifaceted; with many colors, aspects, features, etc
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All these plants need light for the variegations to be at their best.
Pothos thrives in a variety of light conditions, but variegation is better is higher light.
Variegations are great for brightening up dark corners - I'm thinking of Euonymus Silver Queen with its creamy margins that are sometimes tinged with pink.
In Lust, 1990, a study in the variegations of the artist's doted-on Wedgwood hues, a Donald Duck-like character stares out caught in the act, his pink beak engorged with five softer pink, Busby Berkley-esque gams.
WINTER may almost be here but the garden can still be interesting as bold and subtle leaf variegations, shining berries and colourful, textured bark come into their own.
The variegations provide us with some interesting foliage patterns in plants such as hedera.
THESE reliable shrubs provide wonderful foliage in autumn, ranging from reds and coppers to bright yellow variegations.
THESE reliable shrubs provide wonderful foliage displays in the autumn garden, ranging from reds and coppers to bright yellow variegations. The deciduous types, which include E a latus and E europaeus,are large shrubs which are often grown for their pretty fruits and col ourful autumn leaves, while the evergreen varieties,including E japonicus and E radicans,are useful as low- growing ground cover which can cling to a wall like ivy.
She paired lants with yellow variegations to unite her design.
The leaves are bold, with bright variegations of gold, yellow, cream, white and silver, as well as those with pure green or dusty blue-grey leaves.