Registered by Stuart Asch of Michigan in 2009, this
large size (22 inches high by 44 inches wide) cultivar
is of unidentified parentage. It has medium green foliage
with a creamy white marginal variegation. The leaves are
broadly ovate, heavily corrugated, slightly twisted and
slightly shiny on top. Tubular flowers bloom from June
into July on scapes up to 32 inches tall.
According to the registration materials: "...nicely spreading and fast growing plant.
Heavily corrugated with wide creamy edge tapering to
the tip of the leaf. Takes sun..."
name is the French motto of the province of Quebec, Canada. It
means, "I remember".