|Originator(s)||Tony Avent/Hans Hansen 2002|
|Plant height x width|
|Leaf length x width||18x14 cm (7x6 in.)|
|Leaf color||white,green edge|
|Flowering period||July - August|
|Info||A vigorous sport of H. 'Striptease': leaves are same shape and size as its parent but have a white center. The wide dark green margins contrast beautifully with the narrow white center (leaf divided into thirds) and there is some twisting.|
Topped with lavender flowers.
Boy, has this hosta caused quite a commotion with those who have seen it in person. This mutation of the wildly popular Hosta 'Striptease' boasts a pure white center that holds all season instead of the yellow center of its parent. Possessing the same incredible vigor, it forms a dense 2' wide clump in short order. In midsummer, the clumps are topped with 2' tall scapes of violet flowers. Chalk this one up in the "winner" category!