Hostas Hosta Plant Records: Blue Wedgwood, 1988, Smith, E. & BHHS,

Hosta Cultivar (Name): Blue Wedgwood

Origin: Tardiflora x sieboldiana Elegans

R - Registered

Registered Year: 1988

Registered By: Smith, E. & BHHS

Vein pairs - Number: 12 pairs

Mound General size
Medium (10" to 18" height)

Mound Habits
Growth Rate Average

Mound Size per AHS (W x H), in inches: 22 x14

Leaf Size (L x W), inches: 5 x 6

Leaf Shape
Base Flat

Leaf Detail
Substance - Thick
Waxy (chaulky)


Color Pale
Shape - Bell

Scapes Average (proportion to mound size)

Other Information
Wedge-shaped, powder blue-green foliage tends to be increasingly dimpled with age and is relatively resistant to slugs. Wedgwood is the correct spelling - no "e" in the middle.

Patented (PPAF)?

AHS Registration link:

Hosta Library link:

MyHostas Database link: Wedgwood

Hardiness (Zones) Note: still populating field*
USDA Zone 5a: to -28.8 °C (-20 °F)

(Image by ViolaAnn)
"'Blue Wedgwood' - Aug. 2, 2009"
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