is an old, non-registered cultivar that is found in two forms in
the nursery trade. One form has
H. nakaiana in its
background while the other comes from
H. gracillima. It forms a mound about 10 inches high with a spread of 30 inches
with ovate shaped, slightly wavy foliage that has a smooth
texture and average substance. The pale purple flowers bloom
starting in late June.
The Hosta Handbook by Mark Zilis (2000), "The more commonly grown
form is related to H. nakaiana and described here. The
other is a H. gracillima derivative and makes a smaller
mound of foliage and blooms several weeks later.