|Originator(s)||Steve Chamberlain 1997|
|Plant height x width||40x90 cm (16x35 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||20x13 cm (8x5 in.)|
|Leaf color||(chartreuse>golden yellow),(cream>white) edge|
|Scape height||40 cm (16 in.)|
|Flower length||5 cm (2 in.)|
|Info||Tissue culture sport of H. 'Francee'.|
Fast growing with a white margin and a green center.
Petiole has purple dots at base.
Gold with white edge.
Chartreuse to gold center with cream to white margin (all depending on how much sun it grows). Nearly sterile.
A slightly smaller but rapid growing sport of H. 'Francee'. When grown in full shade it develops light chartreuse-yellow leaves with a creamy margin but, when grown in partial to full sun the leaves become light yellow with a white margin. Summer leaves are often more chartreuse than gold and contrast nicely with older spring leaves. Bloom scapes are typical of fortunei hostas and often somewhat leafy with nice lavender flowers. Resembles H. 'Patriot's Fire', but seems to be much more stable.
|Sports||'Academy Glowing Embers' sport/gy|