Registered by Don Rawson of Michigan in 2016, this fast growing, giant size (32
inches high by 60 inches wide)
cultivar is a sport of H. 'Empress
Wu'. The medium green
foliage has a chartreuse colored marginal variegation.
Its leaves are lightly cupped, corrugated, broadly ovate
and slightly shiny on top. From late June into July,
very pale lavender flowers with faint striping bloom on
scapes up to 4 feet tall. It sets viable seeds.
The registration materials state: "Marginally-variegated
sport of H. 'Empress Wu' that withstands full sun.
Chartreuse margins stay same color all season. Same
growth rate and mammoth size as 'Empress Wu'...Very little color change throughout