|Originator(s)||Bill Zumbar/AHS/Walek 2009|
|Origin||'Dress Blues' sport|
|Plant height x width||25x60 cm (10x24 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||16x8 cm (6x3 in.)|
|Leaf color||yellow>white,blue-green edge|
|Leaf||a bit cupped|
|Info||A sport of Bill Zumbar's highly prized H. 'Halcyon' hybrid, H. 'Dress Blues'.|
The small-growing upright blue hosta has a wide, creamy white pattern in the center of each long narrow blue leaf. Each 18" wide upright clump is perfect for a small spot needing a feature hosta. As with all white-centered hostas, some morning sun or high filtered shade will give best results.
An introduction from Bill Zumbar and is a sport of H. 'Dress Blues', blue-green leaves of superior substance have a nice white center. This plant has excellent vigor for a white centered hosta and is topped with lavender flowers midseason.
Dense, small-sized mound of white-centered foliage; sport of 'Dress Blues', a seedling of 'Breeder's Choice' X a Tardiana developed by Bill Zumbar; good contrast between leaf color and margin.
|Sports||'Tennessee Waltz' sport/bb|