A lovely dwarf Hosta that makes neat clumps of green, wavy foliage and in July/August has soft lavender flowers on 10cm (4") stems. Attractive from late spring when the leaves start to emerge, through summer and even in autumn the yellowing leaves add interest. A neat, tidy little plant that is useful in more moist places but this is an incredibly tough little plant - it even does well in the drier conditions of a shallow container.
We have had this plant for many years and have never been able to name it. We don't like selling plants we can't identify but we make an exception for this pretty little Hosta. Possibly Hosta venusta?