Hosta "Mayflower Moon" review

The hosta Mayflower Moon was a blue ribbon winner at the 2008 First Look competition . This brightly colored Hosta was discovered by accident growing in Bill Meyer’s garden. The crinkled, round leaves emerge chartreuse in spring and turn to a lovely shade of gold as the season progresses. The color really pops when combined with blue hostas. Plants produce lavender blooms in midsummer.

Hosta "Mayflower Moon" information:

Size Category
Hosta height x width inches
Leaf length x width inches
Vein pairs 4-6
Leaf color
Variegation viridescent
Leaf type
Petiole
Scape
Scape height
Flower
Fragrant
Flower length
Flowering period
Fertile
Pod
Ploidy
Patents
Sports
Progeny