Hosta "Queen of the Seas" review

The Hosta Queen of the Seas won best in show at the 1997 National Hosta Convention. This incredible hosta has lightly twisted, pointed, powder blue leaves which are heavily rippled and piecrusted. Queen of the Seas becomes one of the most spectacular hosta plants in the garden when it matures. The best serrated piecrust leaf on any hosta we have ever seen. White flowers appear in midsummer.

Hosta "Queen of the Seas" information:

Size Category large
Hosta height x width 65x150 cm (26x59 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 30x23 cm (12x9 in.) inches
Vein pairs 13
Leaf color
Variegation
Leaf type very rippled margin, serrated, twisted tip
Petiole very rippled margin, serrated, twisted tip
Scape green
Scape height 85 cm (33 in.)
Flower near white
Fragrant
Flower length
Flowering period June - July
Fertile yes
Pod
Ploidy
Patents
Sports 'Child of the Queen' sport/yg
Progeny 'Bee a Friend' = 'Hingham Harbormaster' x PP 'Bright-eyed Ellie' = (('Arctic Blast' x ('King Tut' x 'Sun Power')) x PP 'Holy Smokes' seedling 'Marlu's Marshall' seedling 'Nikitude' seedling 'Valley's Blue Flush' = PP x 'T Rex' 'Valley's Love Buzz' = (x pycnophylla) x PP