Hosta Ice Cream forms a small mound of 8"-10 in height with a spread of up to 15" at maturity. When describing Hosta Ice Cream, it must be first noted that it is a descendant of the famous & popular H. Vanilla Cream. It is because she inherited a lot of good qualities, nice, regular, almost round leaves and good growth rate, this is so good. It has the same resistance to sun as its relative. Margins are creamy, centre green. Shiny leaves, slightly convex, with a distinct tip. Hosta Ice Cream does not disappoint. In early to mid-summer it produces attractive 14" scapes of lavender blooms. It is truly a delightful Hosta for a small border or even as a single specimen, maybe in a container. A medium grower as well as slug resistant & Sun tolerant. A great little Hosta.
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