Fallen Angel

Hosta "Fallen Angel" review

2003 National Convention hosta in Falls Church, VA. Spring coloration. Large hosta mound emerges entirely a misted gray-white color just like the center of the leaf of its parent 'Guardian Angel' and later fades to a bluish color. Great white flowers in July. Color persists in the North. Unusual and impressive clump. An unusual sport of Hosta 'Guardian Angel', in spring all the leaves emerge a misted gray white color and then turn to blue with time. The process is more rapid in warmer climates.

Hosta "Fallen Angel" information:

Size Category large
Hosta height x width 60x90 cm (24x35 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 40x25 cm (16x10 in.) inches
Vein pairs 12
Leaf color
Variegation viridescent
Leaf type folded, ovate, cordate base
Petiole folded, ovate, cordate base
Scape blue-green
Scape height 90 cm (35 in.)
Flower near white,tubular
Flower length 6.5 cm (2.6 in.)
Flowering period July
Pod blue-green