|Hosta||American Mohican Halo|
|Originator(s)||Van Wade 2000|
|Origin||'Northern Halo' sport|
|Plant height x width||48x120 cm (19x47 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||27x20 cm (11x8 in.)|
|Leaf color||blue-green,pale green edge|
|Leaf||heavy, cupped, round, cordate base|
|Scape height||45 cm (18 in.)|
|Flowering period||June - July|
|Info||='American Mohican Forest'.|
The margin is light green with prominent creamy white veins.
Foliage mound grew to be 8" wide x 19" tall in 8 years. Leaves are intense blue-green centered with a variable, wavy, 1.5-2" wide, light creamy-green margin. Margin displays distinctive prominent lighter creamy white venation. Leaves are 9.5-10.5" long x 7.5-8.5" wide. Edge slightly cups; 8-10 waves on edge of each side, 16-18 pair of veins; glaucous bloom both above and below. Leaves are nearly round and heart shaped. Puckered with heavy substance. Near white flowers bloom in Ohio from June 1 to July 15 on 18" tall, white streaked scapes. Sport of H. 'Northern Halo'.