Hosta "Country Road" review

Medium sized clump with intensely puckered blue-green leaves in spring becoming dark green by mid season. It represents the only seedling kept of a handful of seedlings from Savory's Hosta 'Rocky Road' which was found to be a particularly stubborn pod parent (yielding very few viable seeds). If you know the parent, imagine a more intensely puckered plant that has proven to be more hardy under adverse, two snowless Minnesota winters, and you get an idea of what this beauty looks like.

Hosta "Country Road" information:

Size Category medium
Hosta height x width 55x105 cm (22x41 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 25x20 cm (10x8 in.) inches
Vein pairs 11-12
Leaf color
Variegation
Leaf type heavy, cupped, corrugated, ovate
Petiole heavy, cupped, corrugated, ovate
Scape glaucous green
Scape height 65 cm (26 in.)
Flower pale lavender,striped,tubular
Fragrant
Flower length 4 cm (1.6 in.)
Flowering period July - August
Fertile no
Pod
Ploidy
Patents
Sports
Progeny