A most unusual sport of Hosta 'Tokadama Flavocircinalis' that has a clear yellow edge that stays yellow on into mid summer.
Differs from its mother plant by its much wider, brighter gold margin.
This plant was found by Nurseryman Alan Bearden (Bearden Nurseries in Alabama) in a lot of tissue cultured plants.
The most distinctive trait is the clear yellow edge that lasts through Georgia summer heat.
As a 'Tokudama', the plant will do even better in cooler climates.
Named for Alan's wife (her childhood nickname), it is one of the most striking new Hosta available.