Peter Ruh of Ohio registered this
H. nakaiana seedling in 1997
on behalf of the originator
Alex Summers of Delaware. The mound grows
into a medium size hosta
about 16 inches high and 38 inches wide. Its leaves are dull on
the top and have average substance. Pure white flowers bloom in
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...shows evidence of actually
is similar to H. 'Candy Hearts' or H. 'Pearl Lake' but smaller.
Scapes do not have ridges and the petioles are purple dotted." Schmid indicates
of England is the originator of this plant.