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Introduced by Mildred Seaver, 'Lucy Vitols', a hosta of unknown parentage, was registered in 1989. The plant is 16" in diameter and 8-10" high. The heart-shaped leaves are green-yellow to yellow with an irregular, narrow green margin and some irregular streaking to the midrib. The 7-10" x 9" leaves have 10-11 pairs of veins, heavy texture and heavy rugosity. The funnel-shaped flowers are fertile and a very pale lavender color. They are irregularly spaced on a straight 16-18" tall, foliated scape. The bloom period is July 4-early August in Massachusetts.

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Bob Axmear

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Bob Axmear

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Carol Brashear

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Carol Brashear

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Barbara Morzajew

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Hank Zumach

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Hank Zumach

Lucy Vitols (Seaver 89)

Photo by Kathie Sisson