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A perennial wallflower with numerous clusters of rich purple coloured flowers on long racemes from spring to summer.
Round, mostly upright yellow flowers. 80% true to colour.
This is a fantastic sport from 'Obsidian' - with dark foliage flecked irregularly with rose-pink tints. The flecks brighten as the season progresses until they become almost cream in colour.
A hardy, compact form of the well known Erigeron glaucus with green foliage under copious amounts of solitary lilac flowers with yellow eyes.
Comparable in colour with a traditional variety - E. 'Sweet Sorbet' - with purple, yellow, pink and copper tones. This variety however, is earlier to flower, more compact with larger flowers.