- Botanical Name:Hosta ‘White Feather’
- Height:Foliage: 12 inches high and flower stems up to 20 inches high.
- Spacing:18 inches.
- Depth:Plant so the crown is one inch below the soil.
- Spread:24 inches
- Light Required:This variety must be planted in shade. It does not tolerate sun!
- Size:No. 1 Bareroot
- Zone:3 to 9
- Flower Form:Narrow funnel-shaped flowers on scapes up to 20 inches tall.
- Soil Requirements:Well-drained, humus rich garden soil.
- Growth Rate:Slow to moderate growth rate.
- Pruning:After blooming, cut the withered flower at the top of the stem to prevent seed production and then allow the leaves to wither and turn brown before removing them. The green leaves provide nourishment for the plants.
- Foliage:Foliage is unique in color. It is white when opening and changes in the following weeks to greenish-white.
- Comments:Unique white colored leaves, which gradually change to greenish-cream. A one of a kind Hosta.
This Hosta is called Filigree because of the contrasting green veins in the foliage. The intriguing white leaves of this one-of-a-kind hosta gradually turn green in the weeks after opening. Lavender, funnel-shaped flowers sit atop scapes up to 20″ tall.