|Originator(s)||Jim & Jill Wilkins 1995|
|Origin||'Herb Benedict' x 'Sagae'|
|Size category||medium - large|
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|Info||Beautiful large rounded leaves that are a unique dark blue-green color.|
The leaves are somewhat cupped and very puckered.
It is the plant's heavy substance that makes it so striking and enduring.
This is a cross of H. 'Herb Benedict' and H. 'Sagae--a commanding clump of intensely blue-green leaves with slightly rippled margins. The leaves are held in a semi-upright manner, are heavily corrugated and have tremendous substance. Pure white flowers held on scapes about 12" above the clump will delight you in July.
Really stands up to it's name!
Upright, spreading mound of rounded dark blue leaves, cupped, puckered, heavy substance. Near white flowers in June.