Hosta 'Little Ann'

This cultivar with H. sieboldii in its background was originated by David Stone of Connecticut but was registered by Peter Ruh of Ohio in 1988. It forms a small size mound of gold foliage with white marginal variegation. The plant grows about 9 inches in height with a spread of around 25 inches. Its leaves are slightly wavy with smooth texture and thin substance. Medium purple flowers bloom in August.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...becoming hard to find."

This cultivar was named by Henry and Frank Payne of Piedmont Gardens.

In The Hosta Journal (1992 Vol. 23 No. 1) there is an article by Peter Ruh about the so-called David Stone Medium hostas which went by a numbering system that started with DSM. This cultivar was called DSM #4 and was described as "Small, fragile plant, yellow leaves with cream border, lavender flowers. Named by Payne."

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