|Originator(s)||Bob Savory 1982|
|Origin||'Rough Waters' hybrid|
|Size category||mini - small|
|Plant height x width||28x65 cm (11x26 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||7x6 cm (3x2 in.)|
|Leaf||nearly round, heavy, some rugosity|
|Scape height||45 cm (18 in.)|
|Flowering period||June - July|
|Info||8" tall. Light Shade to Shade.|
Dense, compact 6" tall mound of round blue green leaves.
Very heavy texture, crinkled and slightly cupped.
White flowers. Sterile.
A dwarf, with dark green leaf, light stippling in veining.
This is highly regarded as one of the best (and only) tiny leaf blue hostas. It could best be described as a miniature H. 'Blue Cadet'. The tiny rounded leaves make a perfect miniature mound to 8" wide.
In early summer the pale lavender flowers top the plant to 18".
One of the best dwarf hostas, round blue-green leaves with white flowers.
One of, if not the smallest of blue hostas, with small rounded leaves about 2½" wide at maturity. Pale lavender flowers. Our photo is not as clear as we would like, but it does indicate the size of the plant.
Small plant with blue-green leaves, heavy texture.
Pale lavendar flowers in June and July. Great rock garden plant.
A very small blue-green which forms a dense, compact mound. Attractive slight cupping to the leaves. Good substance on this Savory Shield Award winner. Lavender flowers.
'Pandora's Box' sport/wg