Hosta 'Trifecta'

A sport of H. 'Little Sunspot', this cultivar which was registered in 2008 by A. Birks and Briggs Nursery of Washington grows into a small size hosta about 8 inches in height and a spread of 12 inches. The leaves are ovate, slightly wavy, flat and dull on top. Lavender, bell-shaped, fasciated flowers bloom from June into July in Washington.

The Book of Little Hostas by Kathy and Michael Shadrack (2010) says: "Does not enjoy direct sun in warmer climates and needs plenty of water while it becomes established. A good variety for containers and bowls."



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