Hosta 'American Halo'

This white edged sport of Hosta sieboldiana 'Northern Halo' was registered by Van Wade in 1999. It forms a large (24 inches high) mound and has heavy substance to its leaves. The near white flowers are borne in June to July. They have a pale lavender stripe on the petals.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...'American Halo' was selected as an improved form of Hosta sieboldiana 'Northern Halo', a much-maligned cultivar with several divergent clones."

Similar cultivars include Hosta sieboldiana 'Northern Exposure'.

 

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