Continental Divide

Hosta "Continental Divide" review

Deeply veined gracefully arching mound with 3 distinct colors in the leaves. Center gets lighter, margin gets darker as the season progresses. Tall vase shaped with unusual coloring. The chartreuse center turns quite gold later in the summer. Very deep ribbing and a ruffled edge make this very large hosta show off. Beautiful shine. Named for the state of Colorado and the beautiful green colors of the lichens you see up high at the divide. Fertile blossoms. A stand out in your garden.

Hosta "Continental Divide" information:

Size Category very large
Hosta height x width 75x132 cm (30x52 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 36x25 cm (14x10 in.) inches
Vein pairs 14
Leaf color
Variegation medio, lutescent
Leaf type ruffled edge
Petiole ruffled edge
Scape light green
Scape height 107 cm (42 in.)
Flower near white,tubular
Flower length
Flowering period June - July
Fertile yes
Pod green
Sports 'Tower of Power' sport/gg