This cultivar of unidentified parentage was registered by
Kent Terpening of New York in 2001. A small size plant,
it grows to about 8 inches in height with a spread of 34 inches.
The round leaves are moderately corrugated with good substance.
It bears lavender flowers in July.
It appears that a "hobber" is a machine that is used to cut
spiral gears out of metal.