Registered by Randy Goodwin
of Indiana in
this upright growing cultivar is a small size (10 inches
high by 18 inches wide) seedling of unidentified parentage.
The dark grayish-green foliage has cream to
greenish-white marginal variegation. Its leaves are
nearly round, heavily cupped, moderately folded, heavily
corrugated, slightly wavy and very shiny on top. Medium
lavender flowers with very faint stripes bloom from
mid-July into August on scapes 12 to 18 inches tall
followed by viable seeds.
The registration materials state: "...unusual
gray-green color on extremely cupped, totally corrugated
blade with dark-creamy to greenish-white margins."