Don Dean of Minnesota
registered this upright growing hybrid of (((H. 'Liberty Bell' × (H. 'Urajiro Amagi Iwa' × H. pycnophylla))
H. 'Ebony Spires') x H. 'Silver Frost')
in 2014. It forms a large size plant about 22 inches
high with a spread of around 34 inches. The medium blue-green
foliages is heavily corrugated, moderately cupped, broadly
ovate and lightly twisted. Pale lavender, tubular flowers bloom
from July into August. It sets seeds but their viability was not
known at the time of registration.
Mikiko Lockwood in an article on The Hosta Library titled,
A Little About Japanese Hosta Terms defines the term iwa as rock, Iwa Giboshi or
H. longipes and the term urajiro as white-backed or white underside.