Hosta 'Bigfoot'
 

This large to giant size cultivar of unidentified parentage was registered by Robyn Duback of Washington in 1998. It grows to about 68 inches wide and 30 inches tall with leaves that have prominent veins and slightly ripped edges. The tubular, near white flowers bloom in mid-June followed by viable seeds.

According to The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by Diana Grenfell and Michael Shadrack (2009), "The lack of cupping sets this cultivar apart from other similar hostas...Protect from harsh winds that can damage the slightly floppy leaves...The lack of cupping sets this cultivar apart from other similar hostas."

 
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