Hosta "Lakeside Little Tuft" review
Hosta 'Lakeside Little Tuft' rapidly grows to form a tuft of green and yellow. This small plant's lance-shaped leaves have little or no petioles. It is a focal point when nestled among rocks, ferns or small companion plants in the shade garden. Orchid flowers on low-growing scapes adorn the clump. It is a 1997 introduction having lance-shaped leaves with tapered bases. The parentage is Hosta "Lakeside seedling" x Hosta "Lakeside seedling." [MC]. A small tuft of crean leaves bordered in rich green. You have been waiting for this bright little beauty. The delightful little clump displays a cluster of creamy yellow and bright shiny green leaves. Nestle it in that small area that needs a focal point.
Hosta "Lakeside Little Tuft" information:
|Hosta height x width||18x51 cm (7x20 in.) inches|
|Leaf length x width||13x8 cm (5x3 in.) inches|
|Leaf type||shiny, lance|
|Scape height||38 cm (15 in.)|
|Sports||'Buffalo Black Soup' sport/os 'Green Bag' sport/gg|