Hosta undulata Mediovariegata forms a loose mound of 14"-16" tall by 28"-32" wide, of ovate, twisted, rich green leaves marked creamy-white in the center, and funnel-shaped light purple flowers on stems. This low-growing selection has very wavy leaves, white in the centre, streaked with green and chartreuse. Dainty, pale lavender flowers appearon tall scapes in July. Unequaled for their handsome, broad, ribbed, wavy foliage in many colours and their fragrant bell-shaped flowers. Ideal for naturalizing, providing sparkling color for years and years. It is unknown whether or not it is sun tolerant, or slug resistant, so make the assumption, it is neither.