Hosta Eleanor Lachman, forms a small mound of between 10" & 15" with a spread of up to 16". It has a rounded leaf, with creamy white center and wide, dark green margin. Great substance & a real charmer. The plant has taken years to surface as there were just a few sold in the mid-nineties. The small clump has leaves with creamy-yellow to white centers surrounded by a wide dark green margin. Substance is above average, and medium lavender flowers come in July held on 20" scapes. Has proven to be a very slow grower and needs a fair amount of light but not hot afternoon sun or "melting out" may occur. Definitely a plant for the collector.