Hosta Cooltini is a small size plant about 10 "- 12" tall with a spread of up to 24" at maturity. It has medium blue-green foliage which turns to dark green by August. The leaves are slightly rippled, slightly corrugated, ovate with a thin glaucous bloom on top and red dotted petioles. A nice small dark green mound of twisted and contorted leaves from Bob Solberg. Pale purple, tubular flowers bloom from mid-August into September. One of the larger 'Tinis'. Pale purple flowers appear on 24" scapes in summer. Thought to be slug resistant as well as partially sun tolerant. Grown for it's red spotted petioles and purple flowers, rather than what can only be descibed as the plain looking foliage.