DetailsThe leaves have a blue-green center with yellow-gold margin. Moderately wavy with good substance. The shiny, long, lance-shaped, rippled, tapered leaves give a unique cascading appearance to the clump which is beautiful. It has lavender flowers in August. Very fast growth rate. It is good as a specimen or along a border or path. Named for the colors of the University of Michigan.
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Year New at HostasDirect 2006 Growing Zones No Plant - Height 15" Plant Size Medium Plant - Shape Mound-like Growth Rate Fast Sun Resistant No Slug Resistant No Plant - Wave Spacing 36" Plant - Specimen Spacing 48" Plant - Hosta of the Year No Leaf Color (Center) Blue Leaf Color (Margin) Yellow Leaf - Cupped No Leaf - Corrugation No Leaf - Wavy/Undulated Moderately Fragrant Flower No Leaf - Margin Size Wide Leaf - Seasonal Color Change No Leaf - Length 10.25 Leaf - Width 5.5 Leaf - Speckled No Leaf - Streaked No Flower - Color Lavender, Pale Flower - Scape Color Green Bloom Month(s) October Petiole Color No Plant - Patented No Hybridizing - Parentage [Sport of (H. 'Splash' F5 seedling x H. Dorset Blue)] Hybridizing - Originator J. Wilkins Hybridizing - Sport Of H. 'Dorset Blue' mutation Hybridizing - Year Registered 1995
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- pointed leaf shape is nice contrast
All gardens need contrasts in leaf shapes and this is not always easy in a hosta garden. This plant fills that need with a more upright shape and slightly narrow pointed leaves. This is not an over vigorous plant but a good steady grower.
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