The crinkled, dark green leaves of ‘Striatum’ are more heavily marked with cream than are those of long-time favorite P. multiflorum ‘Variegatum’ (q.v.). Clusters of dangling alabaster-white bell-flowers with green-tinged tips adorn the arching, 18-inch-tall stems in late spring. Partial shade and a woodsy soil will keep it happy. Modified continental/Continental/Maritime; Eurasia. Zone 4.