Of unidentified parentage, this
cultivar was registered by
Stuart Asch of Michigan in 2003. It grows
into a large size hosta about
24 inches in height with a
width of 46 inches. The leaves are
heavily corrugated with downturned edges. Its near white flowers
bloom from late June into July.
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "Outstanding corrugation on the yellow/gold medium sized hosta really
captures one's eye. The twisting, tip turned under leaves are unique, especially
with the near white flowers of late June and early July. Have never seen any
slug damage. I named this after my grandson."
This plant was incorrectly labeled 'Johnny's Angel'.