H. nakaiana seedling, this
cultivar was registered in 1971 by
Eunice V. Fisher of Wisconsin. The mound is
about 19 inches high and 4 feet wide with leaves that may be
cupped either up or down. It has medium lavender flowers in mid-July.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...still one of the best for
flower effect when used as a ground cover."