Registered by Stuart Asch of Michigan in 2009, this
small size (8 inches high by 16 inches wide) cultivar
is of unidentified parentage. Its foliage is intensely
blue-green with a creamy white marginal variegation. The
leaves are broadly ovate, moderately cupped, slightly
folded, moderately corrugated and slightly shiny on top.
Medium lavender to pale purple flowers with stripes bloom from mid-July into August on scapes 12 to 16 inches tall
followed by viable seeds.
According to the registration materials: "...small cupped leaves.. 25" borders, long
flowering period providing nice contrast with deep
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "Named after my daughter-
in- law, this small hosta with deep green centers
surrounded by a thin white edge. Leaves are small, a bit
folded and are also nicely corrugated. Been working on
this plant for a while to stabilize it's edge."