Hosta By Kelley
The following terms are related to the dates are found on this page. They are listed in the order in which they appear from left to right on the page.
Spiked: Date on which the spike was first spotted in spring.
Scape Seen: Date on which the first scape is spotted on the hosta
Bloom First: Date on which the any of the scapes opened their first flower
Bloom Last: Date on which the last scape had a flower fade.
Scape Fade: Date on which the first scape fully dried (lost its color; generally from green to dried brown.
Other notation abbreviation examples in this work:
1d = One Division
2c = Two Clumps
3h = Three Host (of hosta)
4r = Four Rounds
This page may still not be complete as photographs might still be added later.
Teaspoon Added: 2015 Discontinued: - -
Height Range: 8 to 11 inches
Diameter Range: 18 to 24 inches
Scape Blooms Scape
Year Spiked Count Came from Seen First Last Faded
2015 1 c Tom Carlson
2016 3/ 1/16
2017 3/ 5/17 1 r 6/ 5/17 6/28/17 7/16/17
This is a great example of me not doing my research before buying! Because of the name I had ... presumed ... this was a smallish hosta. All the way home I silently wondered just how large this hosta would become! It turns out to be a two foot diameter beast; and even for its solid dark green (foreboding?) leaves it's well worth it, because it presents an example of 'cupped' leaves on a very long petiole; something like hosta Popcorn except more exaggerated. In the end the aesthetics of the plant won me over.
Y Primary Collection
East Retaining Wall
Management Office/Loft 101 (Watched)
Mouse Ears Collection (Watched)
East Side Garden (Forfeited)
Building Back Side (Forfeited)
Y Aesthetic Collection
Y Chaos and Destruction Collection
Hard to Find List
Past Plants List
This hosta has smallish cupped ;eaves which suggests its name.
Chaos and Distruction
Cooking in the kitchen sometimes gets confusing when it comes to the abbreviation of t. and T.
Plant Name Menu Codes:
Is in Gardner's collection: green.
Currently in Collection but is an unregistered sport: BLUE.
Past plants that are no longer in the collection: Brown.
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