by John J. Smead of Quest Creek in New York in
this cultivar is a small to medium size (11 inches tall
by 26 inches wide) seedling of H. 'Undulata'.
The "misty" green foliage has speckling that carries
down the margins of the petioles. Its leaves are mostly
flat, ovate and slightly shiny on top. Pure white
flowers bloom in July followed by viable seeds.
The registration materials state: "...Mostly white
with green speckles in spring, gaining more misty
speckles throughout the season. Vigorous...unopen buds
have very slight lavender blush that disappears upon
opening...Viridescent - more green speckles as season