Registered by Mikky Lockwood of Georgia in
on behalf of the originator
Toyozo Nakayama of Japan,
this upright growing cultivar is a seedling of H. 'Uguis'.
It is a large size hosta about 20 inches high by 25
inches wide with medium green foliage. The leaves are
broadly ovate, slightly cupped and slightly shiny on
top. Near white flowers bloom in July on scapes 24 to 28
inches tall. It bears seeds but their viability was not
known at the time of registration.
The registration materials state: "...Slightly
cupped, shiny green leaves grow upright resembling
spoons. "Toyo-no-omoide" means "Memories of Toyo" in
honor of the late Toyozo Nakayama who gave me the seeds
in 2006. Plant has been growing in a container for its
entire 11 years."