'Dentata Variegata' ('Dentata Aurea')
Leaves as in ‘Dentata’, but with a creamy-yellow margin and an intermediate zone of grey-green. A.M. 1907, when shown by Messrs L. R. Russell, then of Richmond. A fine and vigorous variegated foliage plant, quite hardy.Plants with a central variegation of yellow and pale green are in cultivation under various names, such as ‘Gold Leaf’, ‘Paddy’s Pride’ and ‘Sulphur Heart’. These may be of independent origin, but whether they are distinct enough to warrant separate naming can only be decided by comparative trial.