Hosta 'Ivory Snow'


Registered by Randy Goodwin of Indiana in 2019, this upright growing, small size (7 inches high by 12 inches wide) cultivar is of unidentified parentage. It is a dark green hosta with a pure white medial (center) variegation. The lanceolate leaves are slightly shiny on top, moderately twisted, moderately wavy and slightly folded. Its petioles have a white center to the base. Medium lavender flowers with white edges on alternate petals bloom from mid-July into August on white scapes about 12 to 18 inches tall. The seeds are non-viable and occur in white pods.

The registration materials state: "...Rather loose upright clump of thick substance leaves. White center resists summer melt out...emerges with yellow centers changing to pure white by summer."


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