Forming a large, upright mound of
thick textured, rippled foliage, this cultivar was registered by
on behalf of English hybridizer,
in 1993. It grows to about 24 inches in height with a spread of
around 50 inches. Near white, tubular flowers bloom
in late July.
The New Encyclopedia of Hostas (2009)
states: "Moderate to good growth rate. Late to emerge.
Ideal for a woodland planting with shrubs or as a
specimen. A classic hosta which has never been
overshadowed by modern introductions."