Hosta "Lederhosen" review

An extremely rare Benedict found only in a few private collections. Because it is so rare we couldn't find any information on it. Named after the German leather pants, this is the most leather looking leaves I know. Thick elongated leaves have a wavy margin and form a nice mound-shaped plant. Beautiful fragrant lavender flowers in late summer. 'Lederhosen' is German for "Leather Britches" and the tough leather-like substance of the foliage reminded the late Dr. Benedict of the name. Plant this vigorous variety along a path where you may appreciate the fragrance and beauty of the flowers.

Hosta "Lederhosen" information:

Size Category medium
Hosta height x width 27x80 cm (11x31 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 21x14 cm (8x6 in.) inches
Vein pairs 7-9
Leaf color
Variegation
Leaf type thick, wavy, leathery feel, very shiny
Petiole thick, wavy, leathery feel, very shiny
Scape green
Scape height 105 cm (41 in.)
Flower blue purple
Fragrant fragrant
Flower length 7.5 cm (3 in.)
Flowering period August
Fertile no
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Ploidy
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