self-pollinated seedling of H. 'Dorothy Benedict', this cultivar was registered by
Stuart Asch of Michigan in 2004 and granted a U.S. patent in
2011. It forms a medium to large size mound of wavy, ovate foliage
with good substance. The near white flowers bloom in late
The originator made the following comment on the
of Seedy Fellows website: "Certainly up there as one of my favorites. Has already given me
several wonderful sports. A golden wavy edge on a dark green leaf. Has been
reproduced by Walter's
Garden and has recently entered the market. A stand out in any garden."
Sports include H. 'Good
Golly Miss Molly' and H. 'Seduced'.
This plant is part of the SHADOWLAND group of
hostas from Walters Gardens, Inc.
United States Patent: PP22413 (2011)
Abstract: A new and distinct Hosta plant named
‘Seducer’ characterized by cordate leaves having
variegated leaf margins of yellowish green, leaf centers
of bluish dark green center and developing an irregular
thin creamy white intermediate bolt between the margin
and center, with near white flowers and light lavender
buds on strong erect scapes.