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Lophostemon 'Variegatus'

Lophostemon confertus 'Variegatus'

NOTE: Formerly Tristania 'Variegata'.

ORIGIN: Exact origin of originial plant is not known. Specimen submitted for registration came from Burnley Horticultural College,Burnley , Victoria. Cultivar received by the Authority: 27th February 1975. Applicant: Canberra Botanic Gardens.

DIAGNOSIS: Lophostemon 'Variegata' differs from other known forms of Lophostemon confertus R..Br.in the irregularly bordered variegation of its leaves.The inner portion of the leaves is yellow and covers irregularly, 25-75% of the leaf surface.

COLOUR CODING: (R.H.S. Colour Chart,1966 edition)

Leaf Border: yellow-green group, 147A

ACRA REFERENCES: ACC013, CBG806638/8006639

ACCEPTED FOR REGISTRATION ON: 12 March 1976