This plant has been with me for many years now. I have been neglectful and it now produces just a fraction of flowers it can produce. It is a particularly fine representative of var huttoni, as the difference between the white and purple is very sharp. At times I have seen for sale very pale pink forms of anosmum sold as var, huttonii. But by definition, to be var huttonii it needs to have pure white floral segments. My plants of var. huttonii even at their best cannot match the nominate form of the species when producing flowers, a single cane of some of the clones of the typical pink anosmum that I have can produce more than sixty flowers if grown under optimal conditions.