Hosta 'Whipped Cream'

A tissue culture sport of H. 'Honeybells', this cultivar was registered by Mark Zilis of Illinois in 1988. It forms a small size plant with green foliage and a wide white medial (center) variegation. It has fragrant, white flowers in mid-August and September. This cultivar is noted as a poor growing plant.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...came out of the same group of mutations that produced 'Sweet Standard' and 'Sugar and Cream'. It fails to thrive in the garden and can only be maintained when grown with great care in containers."

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