Pizzazz' forms a medium to large mound of 24" tall with a spread of some 50" at maturity. It has ovate to heart-shaped, puckered, blue-green leaves with irregular, pale yellow to creamy-white margins. This mid-sized to large, selection forms a wide, dense mound of blue-green, cupped leaves with wide, yellow streaky margins in spring which change to creamy-white as the season progresses. Leaves are corrugated and thick providing good slug resistance. Corrugated and cupped foliage offer a unique but somewhat attractive, unruly appearance. In midsummer, heavy masses of dense clusters, of almost white flowers appear on sturdy 24"-30" scapes.