This hybrid of H. 'Dorothy Benedict' × a seedling of H. 'Dorothy Benedict' was registered
Stuart Asch of Michigan in 2005. Forming a
small size hosta about 10 inches high that spreads
about 32 inches wide, this plant has leaves that are ovate
shaped and slightly wavy. Its pale purple flowers bloom starting
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...notable for its combination of
deep red scapes (bearing purple flowers)...it bears no
resemblance to a H. 'Sieboldiana' in foliage or flower."
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "This hosta has been produced by
Walter's Garden and is
currently in the market. Shiny, wavy and slightly cupped leaves have a beautiful
cream/white edge. Little or no burn as well as minimal slug damage. Contrasting
deep red scapes in July and August which makes for a striking plant."