Hosta "Hudson Bay" review

The hosta Hudson Bay is a sport of H. Eskimo Pie with a much showier and stronger growth habit. A wonderful improved sport of H Eskimo Pie, Hudson Bay forms a larger, showier clump with stronger growth than it’’s parent. Leaves are wider with brighter blue margins and gorgeous apple green jetting that contrast wonderfully with the creamy white centers. Leaves are thick with good substance having very good slug resistance. Light white bell-shaped flowers emerge on 32″ scapes in mid-July.

Hosta "Hudson Bay" information:

Size Category medium
Hosta height x width 55x75 cm (22x30 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 23x15 cm (9x6 in.) inches
Vein pairs 14-16
Leaf color
Variegation medio
Leaf type corrugated, a bit wavy
Petiole corrugated, a bit wavy
Scape creamy white
Scape height 65 cm (26 in.)
Flower near white
Fragrant
Flower length 6.5 cm (2.6 in.)
Flowering period June - July
Fertile
Pod
Ploidy
Patents PP23598,CAPBR4947
Sports
Progeny