H. montana macrophylla seedling. A very dramatic upright, arching mound. Leaf blade 18"x 10", elongated lanceolate to oval, medium to dark green, deeply lobed base with moderately wavy leaf margins, good substance, glossy, slightly dimpled, veins very distinct. Flowers pale lavender on 5 foot leaning scapes in July. Makes an impressive statement in a garden. We first seen this plant at the 2005 American Hosta Society Convention and fell in love with it. When we came home we searched till we found it. Place this plant in a sheltered area protected from late spring frosts as it is an early riser and can get hit with frost if it comes up too early.
30 inches high x 48 inches wide