This is one
of those cases where there are two hostas with the
same name. One is registered and,
therefore, the "official" version of H. 'Solar
while the other is a non-registered plant and needs
to be renamed to avoid further confusion.
Dr. Dick and Jane Ward of Ohio registered this hybrid of H. 'Zany Janie' × an unidentified hosta in 2012. It is a medium size plant
about 11 inches high with a spread of around 19 inches. The
leaves are medium green with a pure white marginal variegation.
They are slightly rippled, broadly ovate, slightly wavy and dull
on top. Pure white, tubular flowers bloom in July.
Database also lists a cultivar of this name from
Ken Ziarek of Wisconsin. It is a sport of H. 'Solar
Flare'. This large size (26 inches high
by 53 inches wide), arching hosta has leaves that are broadly ovate, slightly rippled and
corrugated with thick substance. Very pale lavender flowers
bloom from late June into July.