Hosta "Baby Bunting" review

8" tall. Light Shade to Shade. Dense, compact 6" tall mound of round blue green leaves. Very heavy texture, crinkled and slightly cupped. White flowers. Sterile. A dwarf, with dark green leaf, light stippling in veining. This is highly regarded as one of the best (and only) tiny leaf blue hostas. It could best be described as a miniature Hosta 'Blue Cadet'. The tiny rounded leaves make a perfect miniature mound to 8" wide. In early summer the pale lavender flowers top the plant to 18". One of the best dwarf hostas, round blue-green leaves with white flowers. One of, if not the smallest of blue hostas, with small rounded leaves about 2Ѕ" wide at maturity. Pale lavender flowers. Our photo is not as clear as we would like, but it does indicate the size of the plant. Small plant with blue-green leaves, heavy texture. Pale lavendar flowers in June and July. Great rock garden plant. A very small blue-green which forms a dense, compact mound. Attractive slight cupping to the leaves. Good substance on this Savory Shield Award winner. Lavender flowers.

Hosta "Baby Bunting" information:

Size Category mini - small
Hosta height x width 28x65 cm (11x26 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 7x6 cm (3x2 in.) inches
Vein pairs 6
Leaf color
Leaf type nearly round, heavy, some rugosity
Petiole nearly round, heavy, some rugosity
Scape height 45 cm (18 in.)
Flower pale lavender
Flower length
Flowering period June - July
Fertile no
Pod many
Sports 'Cameo' sport/gw 'Cherish' sport/yg 'Hope' sport/gy 'Pandora's Box' sport/wg