Hosta 'All that Jazz'
 

A hybrid of H. 'Christmas Tree Gala' × H. 'Elatior', this cultivar was registered by Olga Petryszyn of Indiana in 2006. It forms an upright mound about 29 inches high by 52 inches wide. The leaves have a deeply lobed base and a tip at the end. The plant produces pure white flowers from mid-July into August.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Viewing this fantastic cultivar in Olga Petryszyn's collection almost took my breath away...a truly elegant clump."

From the Field Guide to Hostas by Mark Zilis (2014), "...one of the best cultivars introduced by anyone in recent memory. It combines the best traits of its parents."

In his Field Guide to Hostas (2014), author Mark Zilis says, "This is simply one of the best cultivars introduced by anyone in recent memory. It combines the best traits of its parents. Its foliage coloration comes out of 'Christmas Tree Gala', while the shininess and mound habit resemble 'Elatior'."

H. 'Leading Lady' is a similar cultivar.

       

 
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