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Hosta 'Valley's Dancing Lady'

ONIR 2009 Jeroen Linneman

 

 

 

 Hosta 'Valley's Dancing Lady' J. Linneman (ONIR)  2009

Plant: 22 in. (56 cm) diameter, 16 in. (41 cm) high; upright; medium.
Leaf: 8 in. (20 cm) long, 6 in. (14 cm) wide; 7 pairs of veins; slightly blue-green; heavily rippled; slightly shiny on top; glaucous bloom underneath; deeply wavy; broadly ovate; rounded base; petiole is purple petioles.

Scape: 19.7 to 23.6 in. (50 cm) long; purple at the bottom.
Flower: 1.2 in. (3.55 cm) long; tubular; Zwolle, Netherlands - Aug 15 to Oct 1;
Seed: sets viable seed;green seed pod;

Clump History: the original seedling; 4 yrs old; Zwolle, Netherlands;
Notable Characteristics: Elegant hosta with heavy wavy leaves and strong white powdery backs. It looks like the plant is constantly on the move/dancing.And so you see the underside of the leaves.
[H. pycnophylla × unknown]

 

This is a Hosta pycnophylla seedling.

 

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