Hosta 'Lizzard Lick'


Named for a town in his native state of North Carolina, this cultivar was registered in 2007 by Bob Solberg. It is a hybrid of H. 'Pineapple Poll' × seedling and it grows into a medium size hosta about 12 inches high in a upright mound. The foliage is narrow (lanceolate), heavily rippled and dome shape. Its lavender flowers bloom in late July on 18 inch tall scapes.

The Book of Little Hostas by Kathy and Michael Shadrack (2010) says: "Grows well even in poor light, so also ideal for the back of a raised bed, in a shady woodland border, or even as a specimen in a pale ceramic container."


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