Synonym: Pedilanthus tithymaloides f. variegata
This one have a strong accent of white brilliant borders - almost robust and does excellently in keeping the white tones when planted in shade, the dark green center morph like water-color feature with lighter tones when merging with the white border.
However when exposed to sun, those white borders tend to morph into pink notes with the white disintegrating with the green - sort of melting away colored features. These particular one rarely flower and I have yet to come across their blooms.
One of the most difficulties in given circumstance where the plant is constantly changing due to condition hence giving the proper ID can be challenging.
Another big challenge that I actually faced is that there is no proper clear website that I can actually check and verify the exact correct ID. Seriously how to identify and actually call the difference between "variegata" and "variegatus?
And almost if not all of the plant vendor sites had randomly just blast away any names they fancy with these plants is really adding to more confusion in these identification.
This one is not cultivated for floral display - rather very much for the colored foliage. Do check more detailed information of Care & Cultivation from the Main Page Link below: