Hosta 'Chartreuse Wiggles'

This seedling of H. 'Wogon Gold' was registered by Paul Aden in 1976. It forms a small size (10 inches high) mound of leaves that are shiny on both the top and bottom. Pale purple flowers open in August.

According to The Hosta Handbook by Mark Zilis (2000), "It is of Hosta sieboldii origin, probably being a descendant of 'Kabitan' or 'Subcrocea'."

The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), says "The narrow, neatly rippled, gold foliage of 'Chartreuse Wiggles' makes it one of the most familiar of all hosta cultivars. It has been used as a specimen, edger, and low ground cover."




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