Hosta 'Bridal Falls'

This large size (18 inches high by 24 inches wide) cultivar is a tissue culture sport of H. 'Niagara Falls' which was registered by Jan van den Top of the Netherlands in 2012. Walters Gardens, Inc. of Michigan patented this cultivar in 2015. It is a medium size plant about 18 inches high with a spread of around 24 inches. The dark green foliage has a creamy white marginal variegation. Its leaves are ovate, intensely wavy and dull on top. Pale lavender flowers with translucent margins bloom from late July into August. It sets viable seeds.

United States Patent: PP25594  (2015)

Abstract: The new and distinct Hosta plant named Hosta ‘Bridal Falls’ with cordate leaves having blue-green centers and wide yellow margins that develop into a creamy white to white margins. Flowers are light lavender on large-sized plant held attractively above the variegated foliage.

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