and registered on his behalf by
Gayle Hatley Alley for
The American Hosta Society in
this large size (18 inches high by 38 inches wide)
hosta is of unidentified parentage. The leaves are
greyish olive green (NN137A
RHS Colour Chart)
broadly ovate, slightly shiny on top, slightly
folded and moderately corrugated overall. Near white
flowers with pale lavender stripes bloom from
mid-June into July on scapes up to 28 inches tall
followed by viable seeds.
materials state: "...Appropriate name that
describes this ruffled & corrugated plant very
well...Leaves emerge matte turning shiny by July."
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "With its propensity to form many seed pods and good
genetic traits, it should make a good breeding plant."