Hosta 'Tassels'

This sport of H. 'Striptease' was registered by Bob Whitmore of Indiana in 2002. Unlike its mother plant, 'Tassels' has highly variable foliage color. Some leaves hare heavily streaked and mottled while some are gold colored with dark green streaks and yellow mottling. This cultivar forms a large size (20 inches high) mound of slightly wavy, smooth textured foliage of average substance. It bears pale lavender flowers from mid-July into August.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Individual leaves...are some of the prettiest that I've ever seen in a hosta."


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