of New York registered this plant as a hybrid of H. 'Aden
No. 349' × H. 'Green
Fountain' in 1986. It is a large size (22 inches high by
around 30 inches wide) mound of foliage with a
gold center and green margins. The leaves are narrowly ovate
with slightly rippled margins and long, curved tips. Pale lavender flowers are borne
from late August into September followed by viable seeds.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), this cultivar "...is widely known
for its superb combination of gold-centered variegation and a
flowing mound habit."
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas
states: "Increases rapidly, but suited to container
growing. Is, in effect, the centrally variegated form of H. 'Green
Fountain'...subtly variegated leaves on a cascading mound."