This sport of H. 'Northern Lights' was originated by
John Kulpa, named by
Pauline Banyai and
(both of Michigan) in 1993. It forms a small size
(6 inches high by 12 inches wide) mound of
dark green foliage with creamy white medial (center) variegation.
The leaves are rounded at the base and slightly shiny on top. Near white flowers
bloom from late June into July on scapes up to 10 inches tall.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...falls into the class of weak-growing, white centered hosta
cultivars that must be babied to survive."