This medium size cultivar was
registered in 1987 by
Peter Ruh of Ohio and
of Michigan on behalf of the originator,
David Stone of Connecticut. It grows
into a large size hosta about 18 inches high and 4 feet wide. The
foliage is moderately corrugated, wavy and of thick substance.
Its near white flowers bloom starting in mid-June.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...comes very close to 'Tokudama
Flavocircinalis' in every respect..."
"Plant has yellow margins varying in width. Looks like a small H. 'Frances
cultivar was named for Sunnybrook Farms which is the home nursery of Peter Ruh.
Hosta Journal Vol. 23 No 1 1992, there is an article by Peter Ruh about the so-called David
Stone Medium hostas which went by a numbering system that started with
cultivar was called DSM #5 and was described as "A small H. 'Aureo-marginata'one-third the size of H. 'Frances