Registered by Herb
and Gladys King of Wisconsin in
this cultivar is a slow growing, large size (25 inches
high by 32 inches wide) seedling of unidentified parentage.
The medium blue-green foliage is broadly ovate, deeply
folded, heavily corrugated and forms an unruly clump. It
bears bell-shape white flowers from July into August on
scapes up to 36 inches tall and does not set seeds.
The registration materials state: "...Blue-green,
thick, heavily corrugated leaves are folded with pointed
tips, and are topped with pure white flowers. One of two
cultivars chosen for the 2019 AHS Convention in Green
Bay, WI ."