Broadleaf, deciduous shrub, upright, outwardly spreading, mounding habit; to 2-3 ft ( m) tall and a similar width. Leaves alternate, simple, elliptical, margin serrated to small toothed, variegated, green, yellow, and cream in summer. The variegation is very clean and stable. The flowers are bright pink and are borne in tight clusters; it blooms for most of the summer.
Hardy to USDA Zone (3) 4 The cultivar was developed by Pepinieres Minier (Beaufort-en Vallee, France).
Sun to partial shade, adaptable to most soils, regular watering
Corvallis: on the east side of First St. between Adams Ave. and Washingtn Ave.
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