This GEM is a rarity. The serrated edged petals lie in double rows that give the flower a "frilly" appearance. The flowers are light pink or blue with white centers in the early stage of blooming that age darker and darker. The best blooms come in early autumn and the small heads shine out amongst the verdant foliage. M. Haworth Booth bred this plant in 1938. Don't miss out on this pretty little plant!