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Variegated plants are plants with different colors on the leaves in all kinds of patterns. This is caused by the DNA, stating that the leaf grain granules may be missing. This allows them to get a second (or more) color in all shapes and sizes. This variation ensures a unique appearance of the plant.
Plants variegata are many times rarer than the fully green variants. Due to the lack of leaf grain pellets, they can produce fewer sugars for growth and recovery what they make more vulnerable than the fully green variants.
Despite that variegata's more sensitive, they can use the right care and experience and grow. Each variegataplant is unique in shape and color.