A seedling of Tardiva, Chantilly Lace inherited the early blooming qualities that make Tardiva so special. Tight habit and darkest green leaves make the wshite blooms really stand out. The upright blooms are 10" and 6" wide on our speciman we acquired from the Center for Applied Nursery Research in Dearing, Georgia. The big bold petals are the brightest white and surround the creamy white fertile florets. Enjoy the white blooms in July, pink blooms in August and deep pink bloms in the fall until first frost when they turn back to creamy white. It's like three plants in one.