|Originator(s)||Anne Arett 1975|
|Size category||mini - small|
|Plant height x width||15x25 cm (6x10 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||14x3 cm (6x1 in.)|
|Leaf color||(golden yellow>chartreuse),white edge|
|Leaf||a bit wavy|
|Scape height||50 cm (20 in.)|
|Flower length||3.5 cm (1.4 in.)|
|Info||=sieboldii 'Anne Arett'.|
10" tall. Light shade. Clumps well.
This flat growing sport of H. 'Subcrocea' looks like a giant yellow spider with white edged legs...probably due to panty hose pinch. This rapidly growing clump is a beacon in the garden even without the 1' tall spikes of purple flowers that top the clump.
Ruffled, lance-shaped chartreuse-yellow leaves edged in cream; lavender flowers.
Ruffled, lance-shaped leaves of chartreuse-yellow edged in cream.
Eunice Fisher referred to this as "The darling of the small yellows".
Chartreuse with cream margin. It is said to grow and grown well in high open shade and has ruffled lance-shaped leaves.
It is inexpensive and readily available on the hosta market.
'Cry Baby' seedling
'Gold Ribbon' = 'Kabitan' x PP