It seems there is a recognition problem in the botanical classification of this bluestar; it has also been sold as A. tabernaemontana var. montana ‘Alba’. Found as a chance seed strain, it was introduced by Seneca Hills Perennials back in 2007. This compact perennial, up to 18”, is much like A. tabernaemontana ‘Short Stack’, but features sparkling white flower clusters in spring. Grow in full sun to part sun in moist soils with good drainage.