This sibling of H. 'Cynthia' is a non-registered cultivar from
of Oregon. It forms a large size mound of rippled green and gold
foliage that has a splotchy pattern. It bears pale purple
flowers bloom in July.
was registered as a cross of two unnamed seedlings but
thought to have
in the background.
An article about H. 'Aureafolia' by
Warren I. Pollock in
Hosta Journal (1985 Vol. 16) states that, "Carl Starker
of Oregon gave this name to
Chet Tompkins' mother's "1928 #11 W.E.)...Starker
like to use these leaves in his floral arrangements. Tompkins has named his hosta