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variegated

(of foliage or flowers) having pale patches, usually as a result of mutation, infection, etc.

Variegated

Said to be of a material or surface that is irregularly marked with different colors.

variegated

Said of material or a surface which is irregularly marked with different colors; dappled.
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There are a wide range of cultivars available with white or gold variegations but I particularly love Hedera Buttercup for its buttery golden leaves when it is planted in the sun.
They are also reasonably good in containers, especially the slowergrowing, shorter varieties that have brightly coloured variegations to their leaves.
Golden Queen, superb male form with gold variegations.
Daphne odora Aureo-marginata has not only strongly-scented reddish purple flowers but is clothed with large, lance-shaped leaves that have apple green and yellow variegations.
Sedum 'Frosty Morn', a choice variety for the border with imposing 45cm (18in) stems bearing white flowers and foliage with white variegations.
varied shades A great hedging plant with evergreen leaves, many have attractive variegations, bringing extra colour and interest to the garden boundary.
There are varieties for indoors and outdoors and ones with leaves as big as your fist or with bright-coloured foliage and decorative variegations.
Golden Queen (pictured), superb male form with reliably gold variegations.
Crotons are the chameleons of the plant world, with variegations that vary from yellow and green to pink, red or orange, which subtly change as the plant matures.
Nowadays, there are enough new variegations, leaf shapes and sizes of ivy to suit every garden setting.