Listed as possibly a hybrid of H. 'Sieboldiana'
x H. 'Tardiflora', this cultivar was
of England in 1984. The slightly wavy, slightly
corrugated foliage forms a medium size mound that is 14 inches high and 28
inches wide. Its purple flowers bloom in August followed by
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Its attractive, purple flowers
finish blooming in the last few days of August."
is the only green-leaved cultivar of the Tardiana grex to be named in the United
Kingdom. Its flowers are said to be lavender, ranging to pink."