The winner of the 2011 Chelsea New Plant of the Year, this plant was discovered, and has been trialed for the last 10 years by Elizabeth MacGregor on her nursery in Scotland. It is believed to be
a cross between early and late flowering forms (possibly A. rupicola & A. hupehensis), and the result is a plant which flowers from May to November. Each pure white petal has a distinct
grey-blue streak along the reverse, so when in bud, or when the flowers nod and half close (in the mornings and evenings) the flowers look bluish, but when they are fully open they are a dazzling
pure white. Ideal for the woodland garden or partially shaded bed. 45cm.