A multi-stemmed form with rapid growth. Leaves are larger than typical and quite glossy. Extremely floriferous with white, musky-scented flowers borne on 6" flat-topped cymes. Fruits are extremely colorful, starting from green, then to salmon-pink to shades of lavender, to blue and purplish-black. The original plant was collected in Pulaski County, Arkansas, and introduced by Larry Lowman. An interesting note that has yet to be verified, but our friend Alan Branhagen of Powell Gardens, Kingsville, Missouri, has indicated that he thinks 'Count Pulaski' is self fertile. It shoud be considered as an excellent pollinator for other V. nudum.