of Indiana by
this upright, medium size (12 inches high by 18
inches wide) cultivar is of unidentified parentage. The
ovate, yellow colored foliage has a creamy white
marginal variegation. Leaves are slightly cupped,
moderately twisted, moderately folded, moderately wavy
and slightly corrugated with petioles that are purplish
at the base. Medium lavender flowers with light striping
bloom in August on scapes 20 to 24 inches tall.
registration materials state: "thin upright form,
creamy white margins; dark purple petioles at base;
purple on scapes and seed pods...yellow leaves in early
season becoming light green as season progresses."