46 " tall stately upright blue-green clump with leaves that have a beautiful round shape, nicely cupped and corrugated; rigid enough to hold rainwater throughout the day; pale white flowers.
Named after one of my grandsons. This hosta was given to me at a very young age by my friend Ron Livingston. The upright growing habit allows the large corrugated blue/gray leaves to show their stuff. The lightly folded and wavy leaves are complimented by the near white flowers of mid June.