Registered by Stuart Asch of Michigan in 2009, this
upright growing cultivar
is of unidentified parentage. A large size hosta, it grows to
a height of around 22 inches with a spread of about 38
inches. The medium green foliage has a creamy white
marginal variegation. Its foliage is broadly ovate,
moderately folded, slightly corrugated, moderately cupped
and dull on top. Near white, tubular flowers bloom in
July on scapes 36 to 42 inches tall.
According to the registration materials: "...uniquely upward pointing cupped leaves with a
slight. 25 inch cream edge. Tall rigid scapes with a
profusion of off white flowers in early to mid-July.
Some leaves have streaks..."
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "Now this is an
interesting hosta. With uniquely upward pointing cupped
leaves and a slight 1/4" edge this plant grabs your
attention. Very tall, rigid scapes, with a profusion of
white flowers in early to mid July, make this hosta
stand out. There are streaks on some of the leaves."