White Creek Quartz
Upright architecture makes this look like a very proud and fearless plant, while its 100% winter survival rate suggests that it will be hardy. Also mention it has incredibly broad leaves almost like an heirloom leak. It seems that it will grow similar to a Porcelain but maybe tolerate slightly tighter spacings.
Named for the first location of Gra den Talun Farm where the variety first flourished. The native residents of White Creek grow fond of the beautiful quartz that pokes from hillsides in large formations and are found as treasured lumps in the sandy loam.
(originally F of S11/12 )