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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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By using different leaf shapes, textures and variegations you will have an interesting backdrop throughout the flowering season that will extend the beauty of your garden well into winter.
I'd also have a small pittosporum, as there are interesting and different variegations, including Tom Thumb, a purple one that stays like a round ball with purple leaves.
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 flooring uses glass and colorful epoxy resins to produce variegations and qualifies for Green Building/LEEDS program.
But government knows little of such variegations," he said, "and I very much fear that if we begin to become formal about quotas for this or that group, we will very quickly come to realize that these are instantly translated into quotas against.
The variegations occur on normally green-leafed plants and to keep the variegations going they have to be propagated from cuttings or grafting.
In addition, many flax cultivars have yellow or rainbow-striped variegations.