Variegated plants may revert to show true colors

  • by: Nancy Rose , Contributing Writer
  • Updated: July 13, 2004 - 11:00 PM

Variegated plants -- trees, shrubs, perennials, even ornamental grasses -- are attention grabbers in the garden. These often showy plants sport leaves that are edged, streaked or striped with white, cream, gold, gray, pink or some combination of the above. However lovely they are, there is one thing that they are not: normal.

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