Plant Type: Perennials
An outstanding and colorful new cultivar sporting green leaves with white leaf margins that are tinged with pink. Pale lavender blue, 3/4 inch bell-shaped flowers with white stamens are produced from early through midsummer. This selection is larger and has a looser habit than the other varieties.
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Easy to grow, polemoniums prefer a cool, moist environment with protection from afternoon sun. Deadheading will encourage sporadic reblooming in late summer. Though it seldom needs to be divided, it may be done in spring or fall.
Flower ColorPale lavendar blue
Foliage ColorGreen leaves with white leaf margins, tinged with pink
Plant Spread12-18 in.
Astilbe-Hybrid (Astilbe ), Columbine (Aquilegia ), Coral Bells (Heuchera ), Grass-Ornamental (Carex morrowii), Hosta (Hosta ), Iris-Siberian (Iris sibirica), Lily-turf-Blue (Liriope muscari), Solomon's Seal-Variegated (Polygonatum odoratum)
Plant Height12-24 in.
Soil MoistureAverage water needs, Consistent water needs
Characteristics & Attributes
Specimen, Border, Mass Plant, Cut flower or foliage
Bloom TimeEarly to mid-summer
Critter ResistanceDeer resistant
ExposurePart shade to full sun