Hosta 'Pull of the Moon'
[L] The moon controls the rise and fall of the tide...maybe it had something to do with this new sport of 'Tidewater' from Bob Solberg, too!? The long, deeply veined leaves of Hosta 'Pull of the Moon' start out silvery-blue like its parent. Gradually, the center of the leaves lighten to chartreuse, while the wide margins remain blue-green. More light brightens the center. A very beautiful, subtle look on long, pointed leaves. Hosta 'Pull of the Moon' forms a semi-upright mound about 18" tall and 40" wide.