Wm and Eleanor Lachman
of Massachusetts had a plant named 'Pancakes' and
had it introduced into the garden trade through
in 1996. Subsequently, they changed the name to
'Flapjack' to avoid confusion with the Williams
plant. Mark Zilis reports seeing 'Flapjack'
mistakenly labeled in gardens as 'Pancake' as late
Hosta Helper will call this plant