Plant Type: Hostas
Hosta ‘American Halo’ forms an impressive mound of corrugated foliage. A large clump of intense blue-green leaves with a very wide, slightly rippled cream margin. The margins start out creamy yellow and age to creamy white. Leaf color blue-green to dark green in the center with a 1 3/4″ wide margin that changes from light greenish yellow to creamy white; leaf blade broadly oblong-ovate, wavy, heavily corrugated and thick-substanced.
Leaf Size: 14″ x 10″
Blooms: Near white in early summer.
Light: Moderate to full shade for best color. — Soil: Rich, moist, well-drained.
Similar and Related Plants: Celestial, Northern Exposure, Northern Halo, Robert Frost
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Flower ColorWhite Shades
Foliage ColorVariegated white/Green
Characteristics & Attributes
Bloom TimeEarly Summer
ExposurePart to Full Shade