When viewing this plant, it is difficult to tell if there is more pink than white, more white than light green, or more cream than lime-green. This variegated form of Myrtle is a stunning, multi-colored landscape plant that can grow 8 to 10' tall and 6' wide in the landscape. This Myrtle should be "Up-front and Center" in any landscape! It is hardy in USDA Zones 8b through 10 in partial sun to partial shade. Spring blooms are white and highly fragrant and a bee magnet during bloom-cycle. The leaves are evergreen, shiny, and multicolored. Small, black seeds feed multiple songbirds during the fall. Once established, Variegated Myrtle is drought-tolerant.