Hosta Tokudama Flavocircinalis forms a medium to large mound of 14" -18" in height with a spread of up to 48" at maturity. It is a slow-growing, low growing but wide, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with puckered, ovate to heart-shaped, corrugated, blue-green leaves with creamy-yellow margins and narrow stalks bearing racemes of bell-shaped, almost-white flowers in summer. Very similar to 'Frances Williams' but much smaller and more sun tolerant. Leaves emerge blue in spring with a chartreuse margin. Very slow to mature but is absolutely worth the wait! Sun tolerant and slug resistant Hosta

Hosta Tokudama Flavocircinalis