Hosta 'Hudson Bay'
aka SHADOWLANDS® 'Hudson Bay'
 

A hosta which was granted a U.S. patent in 2013 after being registered in 2012 by Walters Gardens, Inc. of Michigan. The new cultivar was discovered by Linda C. Veldeman as a tissue culture sport of H. 'Eskimo Pie'. It is a large size (22 inches high by 30 inches wide) plant similar to the mother plant but has much narrower creamy white medial (center) variegation in its dark green leaves. The foliage is moderately corrugated, lightly wavy, broadly ovate and has a glaucous bloom on top. Near white, tubular flowers bloom from June into July.

This plant is part of the SHADOWLAND group of hostas from Walters Gardens, Inc.


 


United States Patent: PP23598  (2013)

Abstract: A new and distinct Hosta plant named ‘Hudson Bay’, characterized by medium plant size with good growth rate, rounded leaves having very wide blue-green margins, and leaf center that develops to near white center later in season, The near white flowers are held just above the foliage on thick light green-colored scapes in early summer.

 
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