of Indiana in
miniature size (5 inches high by 6 inches wide)
cultivar is of unidentified parentage. It has medium
green foliage with creamy to pure white marginal
variegation which extends down the sides of the
petioles. The nearly round leaves are slightly
folded, slightly wavy and slightly shiny on top.
Pale lavender flowers with a single purple stripe at
the base of the petals and a white throat bloom from
mid-August into September. Its flower scapes are 12
to 15 inches tall and it sets viable seeds.
materials state: "...Appealing medium green
roundish leaves encircled by white margins form a
nice symmetrical mounded clump...margins change from
cream to white."
Hosta Helper will call this plant
'Lucky Star' (Goodwin)