Hosta 'Royal Wedding'

Discovered by Amy Bergeron at Walters Gardens, Inc. of Michigan, this medium size (12 inches high by 26 inches wide) tissue culture sport of H. 'Diana Remembered' was registered in 2014. The medium green foliage has a creamy white marginal variegation. Its leaves are slightly corrugated, broadly ovate and slightly shiny on top. Pure white, tubular flowers bloom from August into September. It sets seeds but their viability was undetermined at the time of registration. Over the season, the margin color lightens to near white.

United States Patent: PP26727  (2016)

Abstract: A new and distinct Hosta plant named ‘Royal Wedding’ with foliage having blades of wide variegated creamy-white to near white margins, and dark center with minor intermediate feathering colors. The plant habit is compact and rounded in habit with sweetly fragrant white flowers just above foliage in mid to late summer.


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