Mildred Seaver of Massachusetts registered this cultivar of unidentified parentage in 1986. It forms a medium size
mound about 18 inches tall by 40 inches wide. The foliage is very heavily
corrugated, broadly oblong to ovate with a distinct tip. They are also slightly
cupped and have thick substance. Near white flowers bloom from late June into
July on scapes about 28 inches tall.
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by
Grenfell (2009) states: "This unusual multi-toned hosta has different leaf
color combinations at different stages of the summer. Seersuckering is so
intense that the leaf can become almost distorted."
Similar hostas include
Buttercups' and H. 'Sea Bumps'.