of Wisconsin in
this medium size (18 inches high by 42
inches wide) cultivar is a seedling of
H. 'Sagae' ×
H. 'Sea Gulf Stream'. The golden-yellow leaves
are heavily ruffled at the margins, slightly shiny on
top. They are broadly ovate in shape, slightly folded
and slightly corrugated. Pale lavender flowers bloom
from July into August on scapes 30 to 40 inches tall. It
bears seeds but their viability was not known at the
time of registration.
registration materials state: "...Large mound of gold,
ruffled leaves, deep veins and small leafy bracts...somewhat
more yellow as season progresses."