Lakeside Lollipop

Hosta "Lakeside Lollipop" review

Hosta 'Lakeside Lollipop', a small, low-growing plant, was so named because each leaf and its petiole is shaped like an old-time all-day sucker. The very dark green leaves are nearly round with a rounded base. They are flat and have a unique edge turning upward, thus providing further interest to the clump. Pure white flowers on well-proportioned scapes contrast with the leaves. Parentage of this 1993 introduction is unknown [MC]. Small upright clump of dark green round leaves. Leaf blade and petiole resemble a "lollipop". Pure white flowers in July. A low clump of black-green leaves with a cupped rim, leaf and petiole form shape of a lollipop; white flowers contrast leaves. This one really shines and has great substance. Small upright clump of dark green round leaves. Leaf blade and petiole resembles a "lollipop". Pure white flowers in July. One of Mary's dark green beauties. Small - low spreding clump of black green leaves, leaf and petiole form the shape of a lollipop, white flowers provide color contrast.

Hosta "Lakeside Lollipop" information:

Size Category small
Hosta height x width 50x120 cm (20x47 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 20x20 cm (8x8 in.) inches
Vein pairs
Leaf color
Leaf type round, shiny, cupped, corrugated
Petiole round, shiny, cupped, corrugated
Scape height 60 cm (24 in.)
Flower white
Flower length
Flowering period
Sports 'Colored Lollipop' sport/os 'Frosted Lollipop' sport/gy