You can see the flowers just starting to grow.
When we realized that there was a variegated form, of course we had to have it. It is, obviously enough, Leucoseptrum stellipilum variegatum. The leaves are green and chartreuse/gold and seem a little thinner/less rounded than the plain one with a bit less serration.
Both flower in late summer/early fall with spikes borne at the tips of the stems. Quite pretty and a perennial most people will not recognize.