The result of a cross between
H. montana x H. 'Gold Regal', this cultivar was registered
by Robyn Duback of Washington in 2000. It forms a giant size mound with
slightly cupped, slightly corrugated foliage. The flowers are
pale lavender and bloom in mid-June.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...on display at the 1996
National Convention of
The American Hosta Society as 'Tillamoon
Sharp', but the name was changed...should become a huge,
semi-upright mound of bright gold foliage."