This large size cultivar, a non-registered
seedling selection, is part of
American Indian Series of hostas. It forms a mound 18 inches tall by 55 inches wide which
blooms in late June.
Sitting Bull was a Chief of the
Lakota Sioux tribe of native Americans. He lived from about 1832
to December 15, 1890 and was part of the Battle of the Little
Bighorn on June 25, 1876. A U.S. postage stamp (right) was
issued bearing his image on September 14, 1989.