Hosta 'Aristocrat'
 

This small size (9 inches high) hosta was discovered by Clarence (C.H.) Falstad, III and registered by Walters Gardens, Inc. of Michigan in 1997 and is a tissue culture sport of H. 'Hadspen Blue'. It has a blue-green center with white marginal variegation. The plant has a slow growth rate in most gardens. Pale lavender flowers are borne from late July into August.

'Aristocrat' was granted U.S. Plant Patent 11,286 in 2000.



United States Patent: PP11286  (2000)

Abstract: The unique new mutation of Hosta `Hadspen Blue` characterized by a wide jagged margin of creamy-yellow to creamy-white on a blue-green leaf named Hosta `Aristocrat`.



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