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Mamabluestem's Hosta 'Spartacus' x 1 Purchased

Plant: Hosta (Hosta) | Variety: Spartacus

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(H. Hansen 2007) Medium Cultivar
Opinion—does not like sun, 2 leaves scorched

Sport of ‘Sea Gulf Stream’ with green leaves that have a heavily rippled gold border.
Hosta ‘Spartacus’ illuminates the garden with it’s brightly contrasted heart-shaped leaves. The leaves of ‘Spartacus’ are deeply veined and are slightly reverse-cupped.
Nearly white flowers are borne on long scapes that arch towards the ground.
Color: Medium green leaves are bordered by a heavily rippled gold edge
Size: 17 inches tall by 36 inches wide
Type: Medium Hosta
http://www.hostasdirect.com/spartacus

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Hosta (1454)
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Spartacus (1)

Purchased from New Hampshire Hostas

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