Hosta "Outhouse Delight" review
10" tall. Part Sun to Light Shade. Streaked breeder:** Leaves emerge white and then assume a green stippling in the center. Color holds all summer. Upright foliage, slightly stoloniferous. Lavender flowers mid-summer. Hosta 'Out House Delight' (the ugliest hosta in the history of hostas), is a breeding breakthrough. The narrow upright held 6" long x 1" wide leaves emerge white, then assume a green stippling in the center. The color holds during the summer on this slightly stoloniferous hosta. The 12" wide clump is topped with ugly lavender flowers in mid summer. Hosta 'Out House Delight' (fertile) is a seedling from Hosta 'Undulata' (sterile)... all of the offspring we have grown are INCREDIBLE! White>green striped. Upright.
Hosta "Outhouse Delight" information:
|Hosta height x width||inches|
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|Progeny||'Saw Mill' hybrid 'Silver Mine' seedling 'Storm Warning' hybrid 'White Wall Tires' hybrid|