by Dr. Ed Elslager of Michigan
in 2005, this giant size (30 inches high by 30 inches
upright growing cultivar
is of unidentified parentage. It has shiny, blue-green
foliage with light green, light yellow and gold colored
streaked variegation. The leaves are slightly rippled,
lightly twisted, lightly waxy, moderately corrugated,
broadly ovate and very shiny on top. Pale lavender flowers bloom from mid-July
into August on 43 inch tall scapes.
According to the registration information, "...glossy,
smooth dark blue-green leaves with luminous multicolor
streaking, white backs..."