This is a non-registered cultivar
that was originated by
Alan Bloom of
England. It forms a medium size (20 to 30
inches wide) mound with yellowish-green foliage that
turns yellow later in the season.
According to an
article by Warren I. Pollock in
Hosta Journal (2018 Vol. 49 No. 2), "A fenman is a
dweller in the Fens of England. The lowlands of
southeastern Lincolnshire and adjacent English
counties such as Cambridgeshire are known as the
Fens. The name fen dates to the 1600s. Most of the
fens were drained several centuries ago, resulting
in a flat, damp, low-lying agricultural region."