Stuart Asch of Michigan registered this
seedling of H. 'Northern Halo' in 2000. It is a medium size
plant that grows to about 16 inches in height with heavily
corrugated, blue-green foliage. Near white flowers bloom from
late June into July.
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "As the name implies, this hosta has
great substance. Slug resistant, heavily corrugated leaves are
broadly ovate to nearly round in shape. Gray/blue in color if
grown in the shade, and green if given more sun."