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 margin. The very narrowly ovate leaves are very wavy and fold upwards. It has medium lavender flowers on reddish stems.

According to Zilis (2000), "...one 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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