Pink Marble is a strain of the uncommon H. lividus, whose wild populations are limited to the island of Majorca in the Mediterranean. Less hardy than other species, it can be grown in a protected spot with overhead protection from buildings or larger plants. The gorgeous glossy green leaves are highlighted with creamy silver veins and held by pinkish purple leaf stalks. Long purplish green stems hold bowl-shaped creamy green flowers with a mauve-pink blush. Deer resistant.
Europe and Western Russia
Woodland, slopes, valleys to 4000 feet.