This cultivar of unidentified parentage which was
registered in 1994 by
Mary Chastain of
Lakeside Acres Nursery in Tennessee.
It forms a medium size mound (17 inches high by 43 inches wide) of dark
green foliage with creamy yellow to white marginal variegation.
The leaves are deeply lobed at the base, moderately corrugated
and have thick substance. Pale lavender flowers bloom in July.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Mary Chastain named this cultivar for her beloved husband,
Roy L. Chastain, so you know it has to be good! The rich foliage
colors, thick substance, and large size mound size make this an
imposing plant in the shade garden. Mary has also used it
extensively in her breeding program."