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HostaLakeside Leprechaun

Statusregistered

Originator(s)Mary Chastain 1991

Origin'Little Aurora' sport

Size categorymini - small

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Vein pairs8

Leaf colorchartreuse>green

Variegationviridescent

Leafheavy, cupped, puckered

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Scape height 

Flowerwhite,tubular

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InfoAlso H. 'Lakeside Leperchaun' (ES)
Hosta 'Lakeside Leprechaun', a mutation from 'Little Aurora,' brings a rich deep color to the garden. Its cupped seersuckering adds to the desirability of this small clump. It is a 1991 introduction. [MC].
Bright green till May and then gold for the rest of the summer.
White tubular flowers in July.
Small. Cupped and puckered rich green leaves form a compact clump, heavy substance.
This small clumper with good substance emerges with foliage that is bright green till late spring and then it turns gold and holds for the rest of the season.

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Progeny'Birthday Candles' seedling