variegation

[ vair-ee-i-gey-shuh n, vair-i-gey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF variegation

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Its leaves have a variegation of creamy white on a dark green ground.

In some cases, variegation will not be reproduced by the rooted leaf.

The variegated form of C. scandens should be propagated by cuttings to hold the variegation.

A poor sandy soil is more suitable for the variegated kind, as this renders the variegation more constant.

There are numerous varieties in cultivation, differing in the variegation of their leaves.

Which is in the dish there is yellow and the white and all the sleep, all the variegation lying makes the best as in the grate.

Vitis heterophylla variegata, a pretty, blue-berried climber, but tender; the variegation is rosy white.

In variegation insects certainly exceed every other class of animated beings.

Primaries and most of the secondaries plain brownish-black, without the variegation of the last species.

Again, color in block or in variegation is not positive evidence of disease in animal life.

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