By Gert van Eijk-Bos/Dirk van Erven – 2000

This hosta is a sport of Twilight.  It is the reverse form.  It has yellow centers on the leaves with a dark green edge but it becomes more white later in the season. There are three or more colors as the edges streak towards the center. The clump is topped with pale lavender flowers starting in June. The leaves are thicker than the species because it is one of the first tetraploids found in Hostas.  The clumps are 2 to 3 feet wide.