Hosta "White Feather" review

Difficult. Needs enough sun to survive. This is an introduction from an other good friend Gerard Heemskerk in Holland. This is a sport of 'Undulata Mediovariegata' as we call it. When the leaves appear they are totally white. Later they get green streaks so they can grow on. All tough there are a few similar types around this one was introduced already 10 years ago. It is a good grower for a white one and takes a lot of sun here in Holland. It is not like Hosta 'White Trouble' an other 'Undulata' sport but will grow. The flowers are lavender. Snow white leaves in spring, strong grower, looks beautiful after it streaks up green with white stripes.

Hosta "White Feather" information:

Size Category small - medium
Hosta height x width 20x30 cm (8x12 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 15x5 cm (6x2 in.) inches
Vein pairs 6
Leaf color
Variegation viridescent
Leaf type wavy
Petiole wavy
Scape green
Scape height 65 cm (26 in.)
Flower lavender,tubular
Fragrant
Flower length 3.5 cm (1.4 in.)
Flowering period June - July
Fertile
Pod
Ploidy
Patents
Sports 'Alien Fingers' sport/ov
Progeny