Owen Purvis of Elim Hosta Gardens in Wisconsin
this medium to large size (18 inches high by 32 inches
wide) cultivar is of unidentified parentage. It has dark
grayish green, broadly ovate foliage that is slightly
twisted, slightly corrugated and moderately wavy
overall. Near white flowers with pale purple center
striping bloom in July on scapes 28 to 32 inches tall
followed by viable seed.
registration materials state: "Lightly corrugated, dark
grayish green leaves with wavy edges and turned down
tips. Emerging scapes are topped with a dense clump of
whitish bracts with purple margins that look very much
like a single flower bud. As the flowers begin
developing, the dense clump of bracts become separated
along the length of the scape...more grayish bloom early
in the season."