|Originator(s)||Alan Bearden/Winterberry 2006|
|Origin||'Tokudama Flavocircinalis' sport|
|Plant height x width||45x100 cm (18x39 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||18x15 cm (7x6 in.)|
|Leaf color||blue-green,yellow edge|
|Leaf||thick, very corrugated|
|Scape height||50 cm (20 in.)|
|Flowering period||June - July|
|Info||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.