unknown origination but introduced by
of New York and registered by
Mark Zilis of T&Z or Q&Z
Nursery in Illinois and
The American Hosta Society in
this slow growing cultivar is of unidentified parentage.
It is a small size plant about 10 inches high by 28
inches wide with dark green foliage that has a creamy
yellow medial (center) variegation. The leaves are ovate
in shape, slightly wavy, slightly corrugated and
"satiny" on the top. Pale purple flowers bloom in July
but the seed set is unknown.
The registration materials state: "Creamy-whitish
center with streaking of yellow-gold, light green,
dark green. Leaf tip turns down on some leaves. "