John Kulpa of Michigan in 1999, this is a seedling of H. 'Pin Stripe Sister'. It is a
medium size (19 inches high by 44 inches wide) plant. The foliage is slightly wavy and moderately corrugated
with good substance. It starts the season with a yellow center
which turns white as the season progresses. Near
white flowers bloom from mid-July into August with
cream colored floral bracts. It is sterile and does
not set seeds.
Field Guide to Hostas by Mark Zilis (2014), "White-centered cultivars are always
popular...Unfortunately, many exhibit a slow growth
rate, reaching maturity only after several years of
careful tending. 'Ann Kulpa' is not one of these
cultivars. It has proven to be an outstanding grower
collections and nursery containers...The leaf center
begins the season yellow, turning white by mid-June."
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by
Grenfell (2009) states: "Vigorous, a moderate increaser. Needs frequent
division to retain the centrally striped effect."