Hosta "Undulata" review

The homeland of Hosta Undulata is Japan. It is a common garden form. Hosta Undulata has smaller leaves than the rest of the hostas. Leaves of this hosta are wavy, grooved, with small wings. The leaves are ovate-pointed (20 cm long and 13 cm wide) with wavy veins and snow-white stripe in the center of irregular shape. Hosta Undulata forms a compact and beautiful bush with the height of 30 cm. The flower peduncles of this hosta are 45 cm tall, with small leaves. This plant propagates by dividing the bush and by the cuttings. After planting the hosta, the soil needs to be kept moist for about a month. There are sub varieties of Hosta Undulata - Hosta Albomarginata and Hosta Variegata. Wavy foliage growing in different directions is a feature of these species.

Hosta "Undulata" information:

Size Category
Hosta height x width 30x80 cm (12x31 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 15x7 cm (6x3 in.) inches
Vein pairs 7-8
Leaf color
Variegation medio
Leaf type
Scape height 100 cm (39 in.)
Flower lavender
Flower length
Flowering period June - July
Fertile no
Sports 'Kiwi Spearmint' sport/wg'Shichu-no-Tama' sport/o'Snow White' sport/wg'Undulata Albomarginata' sport/gw'Undulata Erromena' sport/gg'Undulata Univittata' sport/wg'White Feather' sport/ov
Progeny 'Color Riot' seedling'Outhouse Delight' hybrid'Paintbrush' = PP x ventricosa 'Aureomaculata''Purple and Gold' = 'Wogon' x PP'Unducosa' = PP x ventricosa