As a gardener, I've learned that many variegated plants develop non-variegated leaves or leads that are stronger and grow faster, and therefore should be severed so the plant can maintain its variegation and not completely revert to its green form. However, how is it with blotched crotons? If they develop non-blotched leaves should those be allowed to persist or should they be removed? What if the errant leaves are striped or polka-dotted and show color in some other pattern? What if with each flush there are about equal amounts of blotched and non-blotched leaves? Should the non-blotched all be removed?