|Originator(s)||Walters Gardens/Clarence Falstad 1993|
|Origin||'Amber Maiden' sport|
|Size category||small - medium|
|Plant height x width|
|Leaf length x width|
|Leaf color||dark green,(creamy yellow>white) edge|
|Info||12" tall. Part Sun to Light Shade|
Very dark green leaves with beautiful irregular creamy edges. Gorgeous. Pale lavender flowers in July.
Gray green with a wide white edge which weeps towards the center. Lavender flowers.
This is one of the best of the recent hosta introductions and one that seems to be finding it's way into most home gardens. This sport of H. 'Candy Hearts' via H. 'Amber Maiden', makes an 18" wide clump of grey green heart shaped leaves, each surrounded by a dramatic white margin. These clumps, great for a border in a small garden, are topped with light lavender flowers in early summer.
Foilage emerges in the spring with a yellowish-white margin turning pure white as season progresses, leaf center is dark green; lavender flowers.
Cream-edged form of 'Amber Maiden'. Foliage emerges in spring with a yellowish-white margin eventually turning white.
Medium green leaves with a 1/2" creamy yellow margin changing to creamy white.
|Sports||'Dixie Pixie' sport/gw|
'Fairest Maiden' sport/gw