Monty and Julie Carlson of
Northernair Hostas in Minnesota registered this medium size (13
inches high by 31 inches wide) cultivar as a seedling of H. 'Urajiro
Hachijo' × H. 'Elvis
Lives' in 2009. The leaves are intensely blue-green,
heavily rippled, moderately wavy, slightly twisted and
have glaucous bloom on top with purple spotted petioles.
Deep purple flowers with light lavender stripes bloom
from mid-August into September. It sets viable seeds in
Mikiko Lockwood in an article on The Hosta Library titled,
A Little About Japanese Hosta Terms defines the term urajiro as white-backed or white underside.