Hosta 'Touch of Class'
 

Listed as a chemically induced sport of H. 'June', this cultivar was registered by Hans Hansen and Shady Oaks Nursery of Minnesota in 1999 and granted a U.S. patent in 2002. The mound grows to about 14 inches high and a spread of 30 inches wide. it bears pale lavender flowers in late July.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "In essence Hans Hansen took an already thick leaved plant and roughly doubled its substance...I cannot see much difference in color from juvenile or mature specimens of 'June'."


United States Patent: PP13080   (2002)

Abstract: A distinct cultivar of Hosta plant named ‘Touch of Class’, characterized by a unique variegation pattern with relatively wide dark-green margins and light-yellow centers. The new Hosta including clusters of relatively large white flowers having pale lavender centers positioned above the foliage.

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