open-pollinated seedling of
H. nakaiana, this
was registered by
Ken Anderson of Minnesota in 1982. It forms a very dense, medium size (13 inches high) mound of light green foliage
and has many light purple, bell shape flowers in July followed
by seed set. The flowers are spaced widely down the scape and
extend almost down to the foliage top. It is a rapid growing
plant and is good for edging of beds and borders.