Large heart-shaped leaves are medium-green, marbled and frosted with an intricate pattern of silver. Sprays of bright blue Forget-me-not flowers appear in mid to late spring. Much more resistant to sun scorch than the older selections, but some afternoon shade is advised in warm summer regions. An excellent candidate for the woodland garden or edging any shady bed. Foliage begins small in the spring, later expanding and staying attractive for the entire season long. A tissue culture sport of ‘Langtrees’ discovered by Naylor Creek Nursery in Washington State. USPP#13706: unlicensed propagation prohibited.