Mark Zilis/Bob Solberg 1999
This sport of H.’Pineapple Poll’ is a medium clump of long lance-shaped (4” x 10”) leaves and is wonderfully variegated.
The leaf emerges with a gold green center and a darker green margin and then depending on what kind of light it is in and progressing as the seasons change, it turns more gold and eventually near white. The leaves are ruffled and have very heavy substance.
The rapidly growing clump can be 2.5 feet wide, but is mounding rather than tall so it could be placed closer to the front.
Light lavender flowers appear in late July.
You gotta love the name.