DetailsOne of the most unique hostas ever- it really looks like spilt milk! The leaves are a glaucous (waxy) blue-green with white that is streaked, misted, and speckled irregularly throughout the leaf. The heart-shaped leaves have a wrinkled, corrugated texture typical of "tokudama" derivatives. One of Mildred Seaver's finest introductions and winner of the Nancy Minks Award at the 1989 AHS convention. A very special hosta!
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Year New at HostasDirect 2002 Growing Zones No Plant - Height 24" Plant Size Large Plant - Shape Mound-like Growth Rate Slow Sun Resistant No Slug Resistant Yes Plant - Wave Spacing 54" Plant - Specimen Spacing 72" Plant - Hosta of the Year No Leaf Color (Center) Blue Leaf Color (Margin) No Leaf - Cupped Lightly Leaf - Corrugation Lightly Leaf - Wavy/Undulated No Fragrant Flower No Leaf - Margin Size No Leaf - Seasonal Color Change No Leaf - Length 9 Leaf - Width 7 Leaf - Speckled No Leaf - Streaked No Flower - Color White Flower - Scape Color Green Bloom Month(s) August, September Petiole Color No Plant - Patented No Hybridizing - Parentage [Parentage Unknown] Hybridizing - Originator M. Seaver Hybridizing - Sport Of No Hybridizing - Year Registered 1999