|Originator(s)||Bob Solberg 2013|
|Origin||'September Sun' x plantaginea|
|Plant height x width||45x100 cm (18x39 in.)|
|Leaf length x width|
|Info||This may have been my favorite hosta this summer. Despite all the heat, boy did it grow. The honey colored leaves pucker with age and fragrant flowers follow in late summer.|
It is a large hosta, a cross of 'September Sun' and H. plantaginea, having the best characteristics of both parents.
Give this one a little extra sun also.
Here is an unexpected cross between 'September Sun' and H. plantaginea that gives us the best attributes of both plants!
Honey-gold leaves are heavy and strongly puckered.
|Sports||'Honey Bear' sport/gy|