|Originator(s)||Bill Silvers 2006|
|Origin||'Brave Attempt' sport|
|Plant height x width||45x80 cm (18x31 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||20x18 cm (8x7 in.)|
|Leaf color||blue-green,creamy white edge|
|Scape height||70 cm (28 in.)|
|Flowering period||June - July|
|Info||The stable form of 'Brave Attempt', true blue leaves with a nice white margin, this is the nicest blue color I have seen in the garden, really gives a good spring show.|
Large 24-36" tall plant. Leaf 8" long 7" wide intensely blue-green with creamy white margin. Pale lavender flower.
A portion of sales from every plant sold is donated to the Special Olympics.
Bill Silvers of Silvers-Elbert Nursery in Georgia once got a streaked plant from the great Mary Chastain. That plant then stabilized into this plant, which he named 'Inspire Greatness'. When he sells this plant, he donates a percentage to the Special Olympics each time.