Middle Ridge (Boonstra/Lewis 79)

Photo by Denise Nakon

'Middle Ridge' was registered by Boonstra/Lewis/Ruh in 1979. The plant is 14" x8" tall. It is considered to be an 'Undulata Univittata' mutation. The leaves are green with a narrow white center and irregular yellow streaking on each side--but greater near the base. The tip of the leaf is twisted. Named for a road in northern Ohio where it was found, it was originally called 'Ella Sedgewick'. Zilis remarks that it is interchangeable with 'Undulata Univittata' in any garden landscape.