Hosta 'Terminator'

This upright growing cultivar was registered in 2003 by Dr. Ed Elslager of Michigan and is of unidentified parentage (open-pollinated streaked seedling of H. 'Lochness'). The medium blue-green foliage has unstable streaked variegation of shades of green and yellow. Its leaves are nearly round, deeply cupped, heavily corrugated and slightly shiny on top. Bell shape flowers bloom on scapes up to 26 inches tall.

According to the registration materials: "...large, streaked, blue-green; white back; deeply corrugated and cupped..."

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