This fast growing, small size hosta was registered in 1998 by
Mary Chastain of Tennessee of Tennessee.
It forms a 6 inch high mound that spreads to 17 inches in width
with wavy foliage that has green flecks. Purple flowers bloom in July.
The Book of Little Hostas (2010)
says: "Will take some sun and grows well in practically any
situation. The small mound it forms makes it ideal for the trough or tray as
well as the rockery."
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas (2009)
states: "Can develop entirely green leaves, so regular
division of the clump is essential...Green dots on the leaf
margin. Large conspicuous variegated flower bracts."