This plant has H. 'Fortunei Gigantea' in its background. It was
Peter Ruh of Ohio in 1998 on behalf of the originator,
Gladys Holly of Wisconsin. The
large size plant grows to around 23 inches in
height with a spread of 54 inches. Its foliage is chartreuse
color in the spring but becomes very dark green as the season
progresses. The leaves are deeply lobed, have slight
corrugation, marginal ripples, downward cupping and good
substance. Pale lavender flowers bloom from late June into July.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...ranks as one of the earliest hosta cultivars developed
in the United States."