(K. Herrema) [18″ x 40″]
‘Allegan Fog’ makes a beautiful unique mound of very wavy variegated foliage. The white center is misted with tiny green speckles, giving it a “foggy” look. The leaves are about 8″ long and 4″ wide, twisted and folded. Striped pale lavender tubular flowers on 24″ scapes bloom in June/July. Popular for its unusual misted variegation and fast growth. This amazing introduction was a crowd-gathering hit at the 1999 American Hosta Society Convention.