This cultivar was originated by
Tony Avent of
Plant Delights Nursery in North Carolina
registered it in 1998 as being of unidentified parentage. It forms a large size (22 inches high) mound of foliage that has good
substance. The flowers are near white on scapes about 20 inches
high. They bloom in July followed by viable seeds. This cultivar suffers
from spring desiccation burn.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), this cultivar "...comes out of
Sieboldiana -Tokudama lineage."
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by
Grenfell (2009) states: "Lutescent...Slow to increase."
An article in
Hosta Journal (1994 Vol. 25 No. 2) by Warren I. Pollock
states that, "There will be more hosta hybrids from Ed Skrocki,
and he'll be naming them for automobiles. One is 'Cadillac' with
seersuckered golden leaves, eight inches long by six inches
wide, having an irregular greenish margin that jets to the
midrib. He says the host is 'big and nice' like the car."