Hosta 'Neat Splash'

This plant was registered by Paul Aden in 1978 as a hybrid of H. 'Yellow Splash' and a seedling of H. 'Fortunei Robusta'. According to The Hosta Handbook by Mark Zilis (2000), "...its heritage is certainly Hosta sieboldii."

The plant forms a medium sized (16 inches high) mound of streaked foliage. Its leaves are rounded at the base, slightly wavy and have average substance. In late July to August, it bears medium purple colored flowers.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), this cultivar "...has yielded an incredible number of variegated seedlings as well as a few sports. It frequently stabilizes to the green-centered, creamy margined form, 'Neat Splash Rim'."

 
  1. 'Aesop'
  2. 'Aladdin'
  3. 'Artist's Palette'
  4. 'Blissful'
  5. 'Brass Ring'
  6. 'Butter and Eggs'
  7. 'Colorado River'
  8. 'Coquette'
  9. 'Cordelia'
  10. 'Crested Surf'
  11. 'Cubby Bear'
  12. 'Emily Dickinson'
  13. 'Everlasting Love'
  14. 'Fly Away'
  15. 'Gandalf'
  16. 'Golden Daggers'
  17. 'Goody Goody'
  18. 'Green Marmalade'
  19. 'Ground Master'
  20. 'Hamper Camper'
  21. 'Happy Family'
  22. 'Hertha'
  23. 'Ivanhoe'
  24. 'Josephine'
  25. 'Joyland'
  26. 'Kenzie'
  27. 'King of Spades'
  1. 'Lacy Belle'
  2. 'Lady Bell'
  3. 'Liberty Bell'
  4. 'Lightning Express'
  5. 'Little Bo Peep'
  6. 'Little Drip'
  7. 'Little Wonder'
  8. 'Medusa'
  9. 'Minnie Bell'
  10. 'Mint Candy'
  11. 'Neat Splash Rim'
  12. 'None Lovelier'
  13. 'On the Border'
  14. 'PeeDee Laughing River'
  15. 'Queen Josephine'
  16. 'Red Cloud'
  17. 'Richland Royal Prince'
  18. 'Richmond'
  19. 'Right On'
  20. 'Sea Dream'
  21. 'Sea Lightning'
  22. 'Sea Sunrise'
  23. 'Showcase'
  24. 'Squiggles'
  25. 'Swoosh'
  26. 'Topaz'
  27. 'Zeus Fury'

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