This cultivar with H. 'Tokudama' in its background was registered by
Marge Soules of Indiana in 1999. The
large size plant grows to a height of 21 inches with a spread of
50 inches. Its blue-green foliage has a chartreuse colored
marginal variegation. The leaves are ovate, moderately
corrugated and have thick substance. Near white flowers bloom
from late June into July.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...is a non-burning, gold edged cultivar that falls halfway
between 'Tokudama Flavocircinalis' and 'Frances Williams'."
The reference to "non-burning" relates to a problem called
spring desiccation burn. See below for further information.