This large size (20 inches high by 20 inches
wide) cultivar was
introduced in 1983 by
Dr. Kevin Vaughn
of Massachusetts. The lavender flowers sit atop a 30 inch scape and are funnel shaped
followed by viable seeds.
It is a cross between H. 'Beatrice' × H. 'Frances Williams'.
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by
Grenfell (2009) states: "Increases rapidly...Clump habit does not live up
to the very attractive individual leaves."
Similar cultivars include H. 'Breeder's Edge', H. 'Coquette',
H. 'Emily Dickinson', H. 'Goddess of Athena',
H. 'Queen Josephine' and H. 'Tambourine'.