Four Variegated Plants We Love


Watch as Better Homes and Gardens shows you these four types of variegated plants! These colorful plants can bring a new aura to any garden, and here at Better Homes and Gardens, these green plants have certainly grown on us. The Japanese forest grass is one of only a few ornamental grasses that is able to survive and thrive with little sunshine. The aureola variety shade plants are no doubt an attention-grabber, with their yellow leaves striped with forest green brightening up gardens full of shade. The Solomon’s seal variegated plant was voted perennial of the year in 2013, in part due to the ground cover plant’s elegant arching stems and cream-colored edges that turn golden in the fall. Gold splash wintercreeper is more bush-like in comparison to other variegated plants. These bright bushes and shrubs hold onto their golden-edged leaves year-round, making this plant a perfect addition to your garden. Only growing to a height and width of 18 to 24 inches, the wintercreeper could play a versatile role in any garden. Use these green plants to to add some dimension to your garden!

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