by Jeroen Linneman
of the Netherlands in
this upright growing, small size (10 inches high by 12
inches wide) cultivar is of unknown parentage. It is a
greyish blue-green hosta with yellow-green marginal
variegation. The leaves are broadly ovate, heavily
twisted, wavy and very shiny on top. Its petioles have
dark purple spots on the lower end. Pale lavender
flowers bloom from August into September on scapes up to
about 16 inches in height followed by viable seeds.
The registration materials state: "...Wavy leaves
are thick with a great margin that is yellow green in
spring & deep white in summer. A real eye-catcher in the
garden...yellow-green margins turn white in summer."