Hosta 'Karen Deborah'
 

This non-registered cultivar is a seedling selection from Lucille Simpers of Indiana. This huge, somewhat upright plant grows into a giant size hosta about 35 inches in height with a spread of over 73 inches. The leaves have a deeply lobed base and are slightly corrugated, cupped upward and unruly. In late June, it begins to bear very pale lavender flowers.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "For years a mature clump of this cultivar grew in the Wade & Gatton collection, albeit as 'Karen'. After Bob Olson registered another plant as 'Karen', Van Wade of Wade and Gatton Nursery (Closed 2019) of Ohio renamed Lucy Simper's plant 'Karen Deborah'."




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