Hosta 'Raucous Ruffles'
[M] Sometimes the plant and its name are a perfect match, as is the case with this hybrid from Don Dean. Pointed, gray-green leaves are intensely puckered and the margins are strongly ruffled. The heavy foliage is folded to form a scoop, and has glaucous white undersides. An unusual combination of traits. Hosta 'Raucous Ruffles' forms a distinct mound about 13" high and 35" across. Flowers are fertile. Can handle a good deal of sun, which intensifies the characteristics of this boisterous hosta!
(D. Dean - 2008)