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All these plants need light for the variegations to be at their best.
The dark green heart-shaped leaves are prominently marked with pink and white variegations.
This is not an easy plant to site in the garden but, with careful choice of a dark foliaged background, the white variegations stand out stunningly in the sunlight.
The rationality of movement is tempered by great tranquil spaces where variegations of light and shade are meant to recall natural patterns.
All these variegations of Sancho's personality conclude him a man deeply engaging and passionately engaged with the actors and actions of his time.
Near the end of Tricks, a collection of forty-five recits (that slippery, Blanchotian genre taken cruising), Camus--to help articulate the come that "emerges" from his brief transactions with specific variegations of the unknown ("Only first encounters are related here")--returns the favor of Barthes's attention and provides what remains the most astute precis of the more than merely intellectual ethics of his mentor's endeavor.
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.
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.
linifolium Variegatum has white variegations on the leaves and produces a display of mauve flowers throughout the late spring and summer.