|Originator(s)||Bob Solberg 2016|
|Origin||"49 Best" x 'Red October'|
|Plant height x width||35x60 cm (14x24 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||20x10 cm (8x4 in.)|
|Leaf||a bit rippled margin, a bit wavy|
|Flowering period||August - September|
|Info||It is one of the rising stars of our red petiole hybridizing program.|
This very special hosta resembles a bird in flight.
It is a very waxy blue H. kikutii in form with rich cranberry colored petioles.
The leaf margins gently undulate, effortlessly gliding on a warm summer breeze.
It blooms in August with purple flowers on arching scapes and sets seed easily.
Waxy, blue hostas with rich cranberry petioles are a rare treat when you discover them and infatuation quickly leads to desire.
Late blooming but it is an easy plant with which to hybridize.