strange as it may sound,
of England (according to
The Hostapedia by
Mark Zilis (2009))
is the originator of
this hosta of unidentified parentage. It was registered by
Goodwin of Indiana as "originator unknown" in 2013.
miniature size plant grows only 3 inches high with a
spread of about 12 inches. The leaves are medium green,
heavily rippled, lightly cupped, intensely twisted,
moderately wavy, intensely wavy, lanceolate and dull on
top. It bears tubular flowers from mid-July into August.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...may no longer exist."
is a miniature hosta with the name unknown and from the
garden of Maurice Mason of England. One of a number of
British hostas displayed by Dr. Gilbert S. Daniels
during the 1989 AHS convention."