Kovalcsik of Michigan and registered by her in
this cultivar a seedling of H. 'Designer
Genes' × (H. 'Christmas
Creek GPS'). It is a medium size hosta about 16
inches high by 34 inches wide which has
yellowish to light green foliage. The leaves are nearly
round, moderately corrugated and have reddish purple
petioles at the base. They are described as being
"...lightly cupped, twisted & wavy and deeply corrugated
overall. New leaves are rather narrow and smooth with
white backs and downward turning tips. Leaves become
rounder and corrugated over time. Rust spots in wet
weather can be observed..."
The flowers have lavender tepals with white bases and
are translucent at the margins with alternate tepals
having a grape-colored dot on the back. They bloom from
late June into July on scapes 19 to 21 inches tall
followed by viable seeds in dark green pods that have
faint purple speckling.
registration materials state: "Deeply corrugated
foliage pairs well with grape-stained petioles and
bracts on this viridescent specimen. Fertile and
fabulous for mixing with early-blooming reds."