Hosta 'Sugar and Cream'

A sport found in tissue culture of H. 'Honeybells', this cultivar was registered by Mark Zilis of Illinois in 1984. It forms a large size (24 inches high) mound of very wavy, smooth textured foliage. The flowers are fragrant, very pale lavender and bloom from late August into September.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Besides its attractively variegated, wavy foliage, 'Sugar and Cream' offers a fast growth rate and a good show of fragrant flowers in late summer."

"AHS Savory Shield Award, 1985. Plant is the white-margined form of H. 'Honeybells' found in tissue culture explants. Very vigorous and more desirable than the all-green parent."


2 28.5
1990 #28
1991 #29


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