Hosta 'Hopi Haloes'
 

Registered by Randy Goodwin of Indiana in 2016, this large size (18 inches high by 40 inches wide) cultivar is of unidentified parentage but with H. montana in its background. The leaves are slightly blue-green with a creamy white marginal variegation. Its foliage is flat, slightly cupped, twisted, wavy, nearly round and dull on top. Tubular flowers bloom from June into July on scapes about 40 inches tall.

The registration materials state: "...wide creamy margins on blue leaves that green up as the season extends...leaf center changes from blue-green to green..."

The Hopi are a Native American tribe, who primarily live in northeastern Arizona.

 
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