Registered by Bill Struhar
of Michigan in
this giant size (36 inches high by 60 inches wide) cultivar is a seedling of
unidentified parentage. It is a grayish blue-green hosta with
leaves that are nearly round, slightly cupped,
moderately corrugated and dull on top. White flowers
with slightly translucent edges bloom in July on scapes
47 to 57 inches tall. It bears seed but their viability
was not known at the time of registration.
The registration materials state: "...nearly round,
grey-green leaves of heavy substance that form a clump
that resembles a bank of dark clouds. Every flower sets
a pod (occasionally with two pistils)...darkens to
medium green by July."