Hosta "David A. Haskell" review
'David Haskell'. Hosta 'David Haskell' is another sport from Hosta 'Sum and Substance'. It is named after Allen Haskell's son and comes to us from A. Haskell/A. Malloy (1999). It has a medium green leaf with a 3" wide yellow margin. The leaf is near round with a cordate base. The flowers are tubular, pale lavender, and the viability is unknown. It is mound-like and fast growing. It received a lot of publicity when it was displayed in Haskell's garden on one of Martha Stewart's visits [GW].
Hosta "David A. Haskell" information:
|Hosta height x width||60x160 cm (24x63 in.) inches|
|Leaf length x width||44x38 cm (17x15 in.) inches|
|Scape height||100 cm (39 in.)|
|Flowering period||July - August|