Klotz of Dogtown Farms in Ohio and registered on their behalf by
Gayle Hartley Alley for
American Hosta Society in
cultivar is of unidentified parentage. It is a large
size plant about 22 inches high by 48 inches wide with
pale blue-green foliage. The broadly ovate leaves are
slightly folded, moderately wavy, heavily rippled and
have a glaucous bloom on top. Near white flowers with
very pale lavender center stripes on the interior of
each petal bloom in July on scapes 17 to 28 inches tall.
It does not set seeds.
materials state: "...Rippled margins adorn the
ghostly, whitish-blue leaves. This unique color fades on
the edges to almost white."