Hosta 'Sergeant Pepper'
 

This 1995 introduction of unidentified parentage originated by Chick Wasitis of Bridgewood Gardens in Maryland was registered in 2001. It grows to a medium size about 14 inches high by 36 inches wide. Its leaves are broadly ovate, heart shaped and have wavy edges. They are of thick substance and are somewhat puckered. It bears pale lavender flowers in August.

From the Field Guide to Hostas by Mark Zilis (2014), "N Hosta collection is complete without 'Sergeant Pepper'. Its combination of a wide gold margin and light green center is a rarity, and it exhibits a good growth rate, reaching maturity about three or four years after planting."

The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by Diana Grenfell (2009) states: "There is more gold margin than green center to the leaf."


 
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