White flowers, II–IV, sparse; golden yellow foliage throughout the year; slow-growing; height 26–30cm; spread 31–45cm. This is prone to severe windburn in cold windy sites, and also, if planted in a harsh site, to reverting to 'W. T. Rackliff' from which it was a sport.
Introduced by Bressingham Gardens (Diss, Norfolk, England) in 1977; shown at Chelsea Flower Show in 1977.
Name alludes to the foliage colour.