Squash Casserole

Hosta "Squash Casserole" review

15" tall. Part Sun to Shade. (syn: Hosta 90-152 Hosta 'Hirao Tet' x Hosta 'August Moon') We think you will really enjoy our new 1998 introduction... especially if you're a Squash Casserole fan. The large wavy chartreuse gold leaves fan out to make a spectacular, vigorous and easy to grow 4' wide clump. In early summer, the clumps are topped with attractive 20" scapes of light purple flowers. We have also found Hosta 'Squash Casserole' to be very sun tolerant when kept moist. Heavily vained, oval and rippled. Tony Avent introduction; gold, deeply veined, oval leaves; leaf margins rippled; one of the fastest growers we've seen; will tolerate FULL SUN with adequate moisture.

Hosta "Squash Casserole" information:

Size Category medium - large
Hosta height x width 50x100 cm (20x39 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 28x18 cm (11x7 in.) inches
Vein pairs 12-13
Leaf color
Leaf type good, rippled margin
Petiole good, rippled margin
Scape height 70 cm (28 in.)
Flower purple
Flower length
Flowering period July
Fertile no
Sports 'Jujen' sport/yw 'Key Lime Pie' sport/gy 'Wave Runner' sport/gy 'Yesterday's Memories' sport/yg
Progeny 'Tickle Me Pink' = 'One Man's Treasure' x PP