This small size cultivar of
unknown parentage was registered by the
Hosta Society in 1999. The mound grows to about 13 inches in height
with a width of 30 inches with foliage that is corrugated
between the veins. The leaves have a puckered appearance with a
distinct tip and slight cupping (up or down). Its pale purple
flowers are bell-shaped.
The Hostapedia by
(2009), "...reminds me of a Peperomia
Similar cultivars include H. 'Dionysos',
H. 'Lakeside Neat Petite' and H. 'Little Hobber'.
Seedlings include H. 'Diddily-squat'.