2013 introduction from D. Beilstein. Medium to small sized hosta with a contorted appearance, cupped, corrugated leaves come out of the clump every which way, with a lime green to golden appearance deepening on amount of sun exposure. Leaves 6 "long x 6 " wide, 11 vein pairs, pale yellow, flat, start out with a glaucous nature turning shiny by midsummer, moderately cupped, moderately corrugated, nearly round, cordate base. Flowers on 24 inch scapes in June-July. Give this one lots of sun.
11 inches high x 21 inches wide