|Originator(s)||Allen Haskell/Alex Malloy 1999|
|Origin||'Fortunei Hyacinthina' sport|
|Plant height x width||46x92 cm (18x36 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||20x9 cm (8x4 in.)|
|Info||Shiny leaves are medium green in color and have cream speckling and some yellow streaking, very unique variegation on this sport of H. 'Fortunei Hyacinthina'. Pale lavender flowers are held on tall scapes and appear in July. Does not appear to be fertile.|
It is said to be a sport of 'Fortunei Hyacinthina', but we think it's from something less common. It displays an unusual speckling over the entire leaf, one of a handful of plants that have this appearance. Said to be fertile, it should offer some very interesting seedlings for the breeders in the crowd. Not around much at all - you can be the first on your block to have this unusual plant.