Hosta "Garden Treasure" review
A striking variegated sport of Hosta 'Treasure'. Upright aspect and puckering with good substance. Green-centered sport of the ever-popular 'Treasure'; brightly variegated, slug-resistant foliage in a large-sized mound; developed by Jim Schwarz of Dubuque, Iowa (1997 AHS registration). This splendid sport of Gretchen Harshbarger's wonderful Hosta 'Treasure' has blue-green centers, surrounded by a very wide golden margin. The giant 5' wide clumps make a truly spectacular show, composed of heavily corrugated, thick round leaves. In late spring, the fast growing clumps are topped with 3' tall scapes of light lavender flowers. Nice blue-green leaves have a wide golden-yellow border…good substance and lots of corrugation. Topped with pale lavender to near-white flowers midseason.
Hosta "Garden Treasure" information:
|Size Category||medium - large|
|Hosta height x width||inches|
|Leaf length x width||inches|
|Flowering period||June - July|
|Sports||'Shark Skin' sport/gg 'Spinach Soufflй' sport/by|