A seedling of
H. pycnophylla, this cultivar was registered by
Stuart Asch of Michigan
2004. The small size mound grows to about 10 inches in height and
spreads to about 27 inches in width. Its leaves are very broadly
ovate with a distinct tip and are moderately corrugated and
unruly. It bears pale purple flowers on red dotted scapes from
late July into August.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Though its 2004
AHS registration... indicates the presence of a 1/32" wide creamy
white margin, the leaves are not variegated..."
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "This beautiful
hosta is named after my granddaughter. This small
plant has highly corrugated leaves that are bright
yellow/gold and contrast nicely with the red scapes/bracts
and deep lavender flowers. Takes much sun."