Perry's True Blue

Hosta "Perry's True Blue" review

A cordate and rugose powdery blue. Plant has wonderful steel-blue leaves with heavy puckering. Not to be confused with 'True Blue'; the large steel-blue leaves are heavily puckered. White flowers. Sieboldiana type with very large steel blue leaves which are puckered and heavily ribbed. Slow upright grower, lavendar-white flowers. Perry's True Blue is a large blue-green hosta. Leaves are cordate and rugose and measure 12 inches long by 9 inches wide with 16 veins. Will grow to 36 inches in diameter and 22 inches tall. Scapes are 30 inches tall with medium bell shaped white blooms.

Hosta "Perry's True Blue" information:

Size Category large
Hosta height x width inches
Leaf length x width 30x18 cm (12x7 in.) inches
Vein pairs 15-16
Leaf color
Leaf type roundes, a bit rugose, very ribbed
Petiole roundes, a bit rugose, very ribbed
Scape height 75 cm (30 in.)
Flower white, bell
Flower length
Flowering period
Fertile yes
Sports 'Lake Erie' sport/ 'Paul's Glory' sport/yg 'Perry's True Blue streaked' sport/
Progeny 'Linde' hybrid