Hosta 'Praying Hands'

This plant of unknown parentage was registered by Gerald Williams of Lake Hubert, Minnesota in 1996. It forms a medium sized (16 inches high), semi-upright  mound of foliage with a thin white marginal variegation. The very narrowly ovate leaves are very wavy and fold upwards. It has medium lavender flowers on reddish stems.

According to Zilis (2000), " of the weirdest cultivar introductions in many years; exact origin unknown, but most likely a sport of some Fortunei;"

Similar cultivars include H. 'Cowrie'.

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