The variegated, lacy foliage of Polemonium 'Touch of Class' is beautiful enough to turn heads. The flowers are an added bonus! Rich pink buds open to reveal pale lavender-blue flowers in late spring to early summer.
Also called "Jacob's Ladder", Polemonium reptans is native to moist woodlands in many parts of the United States. In a garden, it thrives in cool, moist, humus-rich soil. It is attractive to butterflies, and deer and rabbits tend to avoid it.
This variegated variety of Jacob's Ladder is gorgeous in mass plantings, and is small enough for containers. Bring a 'Touch of Class' to your garden!