Paul Aden of New York in 1978, this cultivar is a hybrid of H. 'Sun
Glow' × H. 'Gold Cup'.
It is a medium to large size plant whose foliage changes from
chartreuse to medium gold during the coarse of the summer. The
typical mound is about 20 inches high with a spread of around 42
inches. Its leaves are heavily corrugated, broadly ovate shaped,
wavy with deeply lobed base. They have thick substance. Very
pale lavender flowers bloom starting in late June.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...develops attractive corrugation with maturity. The
intensity of its gold coloration is directly related to the time
of year and exposure to bright light...has been an integral part
of a few breeding programs..."