|Hosta||Lakeside Blue Cherub|
|Originator(s)||Mary Chastain 1991|
|Origin||'Honey Moon' sport|
|Plant height x width|
|Leaf length x width|
|Leaf||cordate, leathery, cupped|
|Info||Hosta 'Lakeside Blue Cherub', a mutation of H.'Honey Moon', multiplies rapidly into a neat, compact clump of small, round blue-green leaves. It does well in less light than other hostas require. Its flowers are near white. This hosta came to us in 1991. The leaves are cordate, leathery, and slightly cupped [MC].|
Turquoise/blue leaves. Needs shade for best color on leaves. Fast grower.
Unusual turquoise color, needs shade for best color, clumps up quickly.
Unusual turquoise blue color, needs good light but shade for best color, vigorous.