What a beauty! This unusual sport of H. 'Hanky Panky' has drawn lots of attention in our garden...unfortunately, it has been a miserable failure in tissue culture. We've been busy dividing from the original and are finally able to offer a few for this season. The 8" tall x 22" wide, small to medium sized clump is composed of creamy white leaves, each highlighted by a very narrow, medium green central pattern, which is in turn surrounded by random white threadlike streaks. The clumps, whose edge color changes from white to creamy yellow by mid-summer, are topped with 20" spikes of light lavender flowers in late June.