Variegata

Welcome to our diverse collection of variegated cacti! Variegation in cacti (and a multitude of other plants) is a fascinating phenomenon that occurs when there’s a local or total absence of green chlorophyll in the epidermis. This results in a myriad of stunning patterns, such as banded, blotched, marbled, spotted, and striped skins. These patterns combine the usual green colouration of the plants with red, yellow, or white areas, creating a unique and captivating visual experience. Want to delve deeper into this fascinating subject? We recommend having a read through the articles indexed by our Information pages.


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