This sport of H. 'Sagae' was
John Clifford of Michigan in 2000. Characteristics similar to
the parent plant with a wider margin. This cultivar is part of
Series " of hostas.
This giant size (31
inches high by 70 inches wide or more) cultivar is known for its upright
form and thick leaf substance. The foliage is wavy and deeply
lobed at the base. It produces pale lavender flowers on scapes
up to 50 inches tall from mid-July into August.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Though it was patented under the
name 'Forest Fire' and marketed as such, many hosta specialty
nurseries offer it under its registered name, 'Clifford's Forest
Similar cultivars include H. 'Magic Fire'.