Photo of Devil's Backbone (Euphorbia tithymaloides): This looks like the variegated variety ...

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plantladylin
Mar 5, 2017 3:42 PM CST
the Variegated Devil's Backbone (Euphorbia tithymaloides 'Variegatus')
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purpleinopp
Mar 6, 2017 3:37 PM CST
Yes it's variegated, but didn't come with a cultivar name. Punctuated the way it is in the database here, 'Variegatus' is the name of a cultivar, not just the variegated version.
It looks a lot like 'Jurassic Park' to which Skylark added a pic. I've given up trying to chase cultivar names for any plant that doesn't come with one, unless it's obvious & a lot of people agree. It's too hard to determine whether they are actual patented cultivar names or just trademarked sales or other cutesy names they use for whatever reasons.

I have 2 diff patterns of variegation of this plant and it looks like I've uploaded pics to both entries. I will ask to move all to the species. TY for bringing this to my attention!
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