In late summer, when everything is still lush and green, the first golden flowers of this amazing cultivar stand out like beacons wherever they are planted.
This is just the beginning of the good news – the first inflorescence is followed (in mature specimens) by up to 6 more inflorescences that will keep up the flower display deep into the winter months. Often the inflorescences are so tall and massive that they require support. The plant’s uniquely spotted green leaves turn a pinkish red during the coldest time of the year. Older specimens are single-stemmed.