Parent: Stokesia laevis
Zones: 6 to 9
Size: 18 to 24" tall and 12" wide
Growth Rate: Fast
Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun
Blooms spring. Numerous white flowers becoming lavender to pink/purple. Semi-evergreen in zones 7 to 9.
Discovered by Robert M. Saul in the summer of 1997 as an openly pollinated seedling of an unidentified selection of Stokesia laevis at Saul Nurseries, Inc. in Dahlonega, Ga. Patent application filed in 2000.
I purchased a 4" pot from Santa Rosa in September 2010 and planted it in the perennial bed. It bloomed in May 2011. No sign of it in spring 2014.