Leaves purplish, edged and striped with rose and pinkish white.
This cultivar name is now given priority over the more widely known name 'Roseomarginata'. Originated Europe, probably France in 1880s. ['Roseomarginata']
Trees in Victoria sometimes called 'Tricolor' (which has small pink-edged leaves that burn in the sun and is rarely cultivated; raised in France by Transon's Nursery, Orleans c. 1885) are best placed here.
Vic: Dandenongs (George Tindale Memorial Garden; 'Pirianda' c. 11 m in 1984); Mt Macedon ('Forest Glades' about 19 m in 1984).