Dr. Jim and Sandy Wilkins of Michigan in 2002, this sport of H. 'Maize and Blue' forms a
medium size (12 inches high by 28 inches wide) mound that has
slightly rippled, slightly folded, broadly ovate leaves. Lavender flowers bloom in
August on scapes up to 18 inches high.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), this cultivar "...is one of two
stable sports out of
'Maize and Blue'. The other, 'Yang', has the opposite foliage
color pattern. Because of its creamy-centered leaves, 'Yang' is a much slower grower than 'Yin' and difficult to establish in
gardens...A most attractive border hosta. Lovely planted with amber-gold-leaved Hosta 'Cerveza'...Has
reverse variegation of H. 'Yang' and is better
suited to containers than in borders."