Parent: Vinca minor
Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun, Part Shade
Yellow to cream and green variegated leaves. Double purple to lavender flowers in spring. Deer resistant.
Inventor: John Robb of Kulnurra, AU. Discovered and selected in the inventor's garden in Australia in 2000, a naturally occurring branch sport of an unnamed cultivar. Selected for its variegated foliage and semi-double purple flowers. Patent application filed in 2008.
I purchased a 4" pot from Lowes in March 2012 and planted it in the Turret Front Garden. It struggled, perhaps the heavy soil and perhaps too much sun. I potted it up in late winter 2013 and then replanted it in the Helipad And Tiers garden in spring 2013.