This sport of an unnamed hosta is
a non-registered cultivar from
Bill Meyer of New Jersey. It was given a U.S. Patent in 2013. The medium size (12 inches
high by 33 inches wide) plant
has narrowly elliptic, very wavy foliage. It has not been
observed in bloom.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...found by Bill Meyer, who recently theorized that 'Leola Fraim' might be its mother plant. Its extreme waviness puts it
into a class of very unusual hosta sports."
Similar hostas include
is not a registered hosta. However, since its name is well established in the
commercial trade, the Hosta
Registrar has declared that the name is Not Available for Registration by
any other plant. It is part of the
group of hostas from Walters Gardens, Inc.
cultivar won the 2004
Kevin Vaughn Award at the First Look hosta competition as the best sport as chosen by the AHS Judges.
It also won Frances Williams Award at the First Look hosta competition as the best sport as chosen by the Attendees.