Hosta Korean Snow is a yingeri seedling discovered by Kim Hawks and Bob Solberg in 1999 at Niche Gardens in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. It has green and white streaked, shiny, elliptical leaves with stable coloration. The flower scapes are 22 inches high, flowers are purple and spider like, as in the yingeri species. Seed set is viable for anyone who might want to use Korean Snow for hybridization. This hosta is an early riser so place it carefully in your garden-perhaps somewhere where it stays shaded in the afternoon and where the surrounding ground does not thaw too early in the spring. You want to avoid an early spring frost.
10 inches high x 20 inches wide
yes - very limited