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Hosta 'Mito-No-Hana'

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Emerges as all green, later in the season the veins become white. In Japan the name translates to "field of wild flowers". A siebokdii selection from Japan, introduced by Tenjin Yama Bunen Nursery located in Mito City, Ibaragi Prefecture, Japan. Toyozo Nakayama sent it to Bette comfry who gave me a division. I provided Alex summers with a division at Bette's request. She later sold her collection to Van Wade which included a plant of H. 'Mito No Hana. It has been tested and is free of the virusX. (Jim Hawes)
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Year New at HostasDirect No
Growing Zones N/A
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Plant - Shape No
Growth Rate No
Sun Resistant No
Slug Resistant No
Plant - Wave Spacing No
Plant - Specimen Spacing No
Plant - Hosta of the Year No
Leaf Color (Center) Green
Leaf Color (Margin) No
Leaf - Cupped No
Leaf - Corrugation No
Leaf - Wavy/Undulated No
Fragrant Flower No
Leaf - Margin Size No
Leaf - Seasonal Color Change N/A
Leaf - Length No
Leaf - Width No
Leaf - Speckled No
Leaf - Streaked No
Flower - Color No
Flower - Scape Color No
Bloom Month(s) N/A
Petiole Color No
Plant - Patented No
Hybridizing - Parentage No
Hybridizing - Originator Japan
Hybridizing - Sport Of H. sieboldii group
Hybridizing - Year Registered No