Registered by Ed Schulz of Iowa in 2010, this
small size (10 inches high by 24 inches wide) cultivar is a hybrid of H. 'Rosedale Shady Lady'.
According to the registration materials, the leaves are "...various shades of green and yellow some blue a
little white...". The foliage is ovate and slightly
shiny on top. Tubular flowers bloom from mid-July into
August on scapes up to 24 inches tall.
We don't know
for sure but the name is possibly a reference to Jerry Hadrava of Iowa
who was the originator of the "Rosedale"
series of hostas.