Another of the many seedlings of H. 'Dorothy Benedict',
this cultivar was registered by
Dr. Ed Elslager of Michigan in 2002. It grows to
about 21 inches in height with a width of 48 inches. The
blue-green foliage is heavily streaked with yellow. Its leaves
are slightly wavy, somewhat cupped, and have thick substance.
Medium purple flowers bloom from mid-July into August.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "This streaked beauty fulfilled on of Ed Elslager's goals
in breeding hostas, i.e. to produce beautifully variegated
foliage on a blue-green base...The cultivar name honors a song
written in 1919 for the musical "Irene" and dedicated to Teddy
Roosevelt's daughter, Alice Roosevelt Longworth."