Brawley's Variegated Laurustinus. This variegated form of Laurustinus has attractive irregular margins of cream and yellow. I cannot find any history of this cultivar, but it would be interesting to see where it was found, but Dirr observes that it closely resembles 'Variegatum,' a cultivar grown in Europe. In zone 7, one should be careful to site this plant it in a protected spot next to a wall or fence for more protection. It has the same pink flower buds of the species which open to white in late winter here in zone 8.