|Originator(s)||Mildred Seaver 1978|
|Plant height x width||30x70 cm (12x28 in.)|
|Leaf length x width||15x3 cm (6x1 in.)|
|Leaf color||chartreuse>pale yellow,dark green edge|
|Scape height||30 cm (12 in.)|
|Flowering period||August - September|
|Info||Small plant. Gold leaves with dark green margin.|
Purple striped flowers.
Rumored to carry a virus, but officially checked and certified virus free.
It was Hank Zumach who sent a couple of leaves from his 'Sea Sprite' to Dr. Lockhart at the University of Minnesota for testing. It turned out that no one had ever had a plant tested. Dr. Lockhart confirmed that 'Sea Sprite' did not have a known virus and that the spots were simply a characteristic of the variety. This information was published in the Hosta Journal.
|Progeny||'Sea Nymph' seedling|
'Sea Octopus' seedling
'Sea Wiggles' seedling