A sport of H. 'Snow Crust', this cultivar was registered by
Loleta Powell of
Powell's Iris Haven in North Carolina in 2000. The
medium size hosta grows to around 18 inches in
height and spreads to a width
of about 36 inches. The slightly wavy, green foliage is yellow
to green streaked with a yellow to white marginal variegation.
In mid to late July, it bears fragrant, pale
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...as producing fragrant, near-white flowers in late
summer meaning that it cannot be derived from 'Snow Crust'
(lavender, non-fragrant flowers). Additionally, the leaf
underside is shiny versus covered with a thin underside bloom
for 'Snow Crust'."