Sugar and Cream

Hosta "Sugar and Cream" review

18" tall. Part Sun to Light Shade. A white edged sport of 'Honeybells'. A beautiful plant and extremely vigorous. Near. white flowers in early August. Dark green cordate leaves with cream colored margins. Plant forms an open mound which arches downward. Pale lavender buds open near white. Very vigorous. A sport of Honeybells with creamy yellow margins. Fragrant. This white margined sport of the large elongated green leaf, Hosta 'Honeybells' is an equally vigorous large grower with fragrant light lavender flowers atop 30" scapes...a row of Hosta 'Sugar and Cream' would create a fragrant path through the garden! Dark green leaves with cream-colored margins and fragrant near-white flowers. A variegated form of 'Honeybells' with the same wonderfully fragrant blooms. The leaves are medium green with a wide creamy white margin. Large and fast growing. White flowers. A creamy white margined form of 'Honeybells', forming a large mound of wavy foliage. Savory Shield Award winner. Fragrant flowers.

Hosta "Sugar and Cream" information:

Size Category medium - large
Hosta height x width 66x117 cm (26x46 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 20x10 cm (8x4 in.) inches
Vein pairs 8
Leaf color
Variegation edge
Leaf type cordate, flat
Petiole cordate, flat
Scape height
Flower near white,lavender,bell
Fragrant fragrant
Flower length
Flowering period
Fertile yes
Sports 'Milk and Honey' sport/gc