Miss Missey

Hosta "Miss Missey" review

Very unstable, will change often. Scape is short, flowers near flat, and near blue, and highly fragrant. This unusual sport of 'Sweet Susan' comes from Arthur Wrede. Glossy, green leaves are set off by a white center that is speckled with green. The green specks are sparse in the spring, but become heavier as the season passes and by late summer, the center of the leaves is nearly solid green. In addition to the unusual foliage, in late summer Hosta 'Miss Missey' is crowned with large, pale lavender flowers that are very fragrant. Somewhat unstable.

Hosta "Miss Missey" information:

Size Category small - medium
Hosta height x width 25x45 cm (10x18 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 10x4 cm (4x2 in.) inches
Vein pairs 5-6
Leaf color
Variegation uv
Leaf type lance, twisted
Petiole lance, twisted
Scape height 50 cm (20 in.)
Flower lavender,near blue,striped
Fragrant very fragrant
Flower length
Flowering period