By Bill Brincka – 1998

‘Fire Island’ is a stand out with its iridescent yellow to lime green leaves, that are shiny on top and dull on the underside. The wavy leaves are pointy and lance shaped and about 7 x 4 inches. The fountain shaped plant remains small to medium in size. What really sets this hosta apart is the very red petioles, which hold their color for the entire season. The tube shaped flowers are lavender, and the fertile plant will produces green pods. Its parentage is longipes hypoglauca x ‘Crested Surf’