An attractive evergreen perennial with spoon shaped, strongly serrated pale green leaves forming rosettes. These rosettes quickly multiply to form mounds of flowering shoots and can be multiplied by simply dividing this mound. These rise on sturdy stems and are held in bunches of 3 to 5 or more. Removal of dead flowerheads will often force a second flowering. Flowers are fully rounded, good purplish blue and with a small white eye.
This is a natural hybrid of minima and wulfeniana.