There is an image of this
cultivar on the
Hosta Library. From the photo on the HL website, it appears to be an
upright growing, giant
size hosta with slightly corrugated, "dusty" blue-green leaves
that fold down at the tips. It is a sport of H.
'Principal's List'. Tubular flowers bloom from mid-July
into August on scapes 24 to 34 inches tall followed by
green or streaked seed pods. This non-registered cultivar was
Stuart Asch of Michigan.
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "This Principal's List
sport retains the rugged corrugated leaves although the
leaves don't tip downward as much. Great substance and a
bit more upright then PL"