|Hardy, deciduous perennials for shaded gardens with large, bold leaves often marked with contrasting colors. Leaves range in shape from round to lance-shaped, and colors can be yellow to green to blue, often with white, yellow or green marginal markings. Lavender or white flowers grow on 2 foot stalks in early summer. Wonderful contrast when planted with small-leaved plants, adding texture to the landscape.
This slow-growing cultivar has short leaf stalks bearing ovate to heart-shaped, concave, puckered, glaucous, deep blue-green 6 inch long leaves. In early summer, grayish white flowers are borne on 18 inch tall, glaucous stalks. 14 inches tall,
24 inches wide.