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Hosta The King will form a large mound of 18"-22" in height, with a spread of up to 54", at maturity. The large, heart-shaped leaves have slightly wavy edges and very irregular, broad, greenish-yellow to yellow margin. Leaves emerge blue-green with a yellow margin. The margin slowly fades to creamy white as the season progresses. The leaves take on a unique watermarked appearance as the margin fades. Moderately corrugated leaves are of good substance and slug resistant. Cream-margined stabilized sport of the streaked Hosta Sir Richard. Doesn't even mind some sun. Pale lavender flowers appear in July & last into August, held on scapes of up to 40". This is part of our Special Collection.

Hosta The King