cultivar of unidentified parentage originated in
Japan but was
of Ohio in 2002
with new data in
2018. It is a small size
plant about 9 inches high by 25 inches wide with
greenish yellow foliage. The leaves are lanceolate,
slightly folded, slightly wavy, dull on top and slightly
shiny on the bottom. Pale lavender flowers on scapes 19
to 22 inches tall
bloom in July followed by viable seeds.
The registration materials state: "...unusual color
change...obtained from the Lantis collection...older
leaves turn cream white and yellow at the base; veins
Mikiko Lockwood in an article on The Hosta Library titled,
A Little About Japanese Hosta Terms defines the term ogon or oogon as gold or yellow.
This cultivar was originally registered as a seedling of
polyneuron but was changed to Parentage Unknown in 2018.