Hosta "Website" review

What distinguishes this very large hosta is its extremely pebbled puckering in an unusual pale emerald green color. Petioles are long and upright, arching gracefully outward just at the leaf, making for a brilliant display of large rounded 9"x8" leaves. Soft white blooms in late June. The pebbled puckering makes a rich corrugated web over each leaf! Vigorous and most attractive. Withstands some sun; fertile. From a cross of 'Puckered Giant' and 'Love Pat'. The emerald green leaves are held upright, rounded, 8-9" across, heavily puckered.  White flowers. And this plant is something really special! That is the best puckeriness we've ever seen! The plant grows to about medium size, and is only a little blue.

Hosta "Website" information:

Size Category very large
Hosta height x width inches
Leaf length x width 23x20 cm (9x8 in.) inches
Vein pairs
Leaf color
Leaf type pebbled puckering
Petiole pebbled puckering
Scape height
Flower white
Flower length
Flowering period
Fertile yes
Progeny 'Andrew's Bald' = 'Leaping Lipizzan' x PP 'Cosmic Knuckles' = 'Fudge Ripple' x PP