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HostaFortunei Albopicta

Statusregistered

Originator(s)Nils Hylander/AHS 1987

Origin 

Size categorymedium

Plant height x width 

Leaf length x width 

Vein pairs9-10

Leaf colorchartreuse>green,green edge

Variegationmedio, viridescent

Leaf 

Petiole 

Scape 

Scape height 

Flowerlavender

Flower length 

Fragrant 

Flowering period 

Fertile 

Pod 

Ploidy2-2-2

Patents 

InfoAGM.
Lustrous yellow chartreuse centers with pure dark green irregular margins.
Turns soft green in summer.
Long narrow pointed leaves. 25 - 75 % shade.
Some undulations, glaucous below.
Light lavender flowers in September.
Light yellow-green leaves with a deep green margin in the spring, the center of the leaf slowly turns green as the season progresses; lavender flowers.
Pale creamy yellow leaves with wide, irregular mid to dark green margins, turning all green in summer. Its spring coloring is spectacular in masses. Called the 'Chelsea Hosta' in Britain because it is used so extensively at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Lavender flowers.
Light yellow-green foliage with a dark green border forming a dense mound. Turns all green by summer. Lilac-white flowers July-mid-August.

Sports'Chelsea Babe' sport/gg
'Elizabeth Campbell' sport/wgv
'Fortunei Aurea' sport/yy
'Fortunei Viridis' sport/gg
'Foxfire Divine Winds' sport/cg
'Golden Picture' sport/yy
'Lady Lou' sport/gg
'Maya' sport/ygv
'Pipestone' sport/gw

Progeny'Iceland' = 'Fortunei Albomarginata' x PP
'Little Picture' seedling