This fast growing cultivar which was registered
in 2009 by
Monty and Julie Carlson is
the result of a cross of H. 'Bottom Line' × an unnamed cultivar.
It forms a large size (25 inches high by 55 inches wide) clump with leaves that have
ruffled edges. The leaves start the season chartreuse in color
and changes to golden yellow later. Its foliage is intensely wavy, broadly ovate
and slightly shiny on top with maroon colored petioles. Pale lavender flowers bloom
from August into September followed by maroon colored seed pods.
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by
Grenfell (2009) states: "Rugged and easy to grow although slow to
increase...The gold and green mottling only appears if exposed to sunlight."