Bob Solberg 1985
September sun is a sport of ‘August Moon’ selected by James Massey.
The leaves are gold with a dark green margin. There is a high contrast between margin and center and the color grows more pronounced as the season progresses. The round to heart shaped leaves are heavily corrugated and stand up to slugs due to their excellent substance. They are 6” x 7” and have 8 veins.
Near white flowers bloom in late summer on 3 foot spikes.
This erect mound is 3 feet across by 1.5 feet tall. The plant is a really good grower when given some morning sun.