The Variegated Fallopia was a Real Gem Mary Found at our Local landscape Store.

Part of the You Can Learn Landscaping and Gardening series.
By Ken Brown
Editor, YouCanLearnSeries.com
Updated:
September 25, 2004

     The fallopia works well in the shade. In the spring it will pop its head out of the ground and has light, almost white leaves. But as the summer progresses the leaves begin to turn green and white. In late summer the plant will be the star of your landscape design as the variegation draws eyes to it's beauty.

It becomes a terrific change of pace from all the green normally found in the garden.     The Fallopia is a nice representation of the term variegated, where the foliage (leaves) has a color that is not green. The leaves might have stripes, blotches or unique marks that stand out from the green that is in the leaves.


Perennial Partial or full shade
Dies all the way to the ground in winter  Requires moist well drained soil
Grows to 12 to 30 inches high Grows 40 inches wide
Grows from early spring to late fall No flowers but leaves have colors of white and green

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Variegated Fallopia shade plant in August.
Variegated Fallopia has multicolored leaves with interest all year long

    

The Variegated Fallopia is also known as Fallopia japonica (variegatum) or Japanese Knotwood. It is listed with the vine family and grows by rhizomes under the ground. Some people claim the Variegated Fallopia is an invasive species and once it takes root in your garden it will take over the yard, so be careful with this perennial.


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