MyHostas.net Database

In 1998, R. Duback registered 'Little Cyn', a slow-growing mound-like hosta that reaches 36" in diameter and 22" high. The 12" x 8.5" leaves are mottled with light and medium green, medium blue-green, greenish yellow, pale yellow and yellow. The margin of the leaves are heavily rippled. The broadly ovate leaves with a heart-shaped base display a glaucous bloom on top and underneath and are moderately wavy and moderately corrugated. The leaves have heavy substance and 14 pairs of veins. The bell-shaped flowers are pale lavender. The green pods contain viable seed. The parentage is unknown.

Little Cyn (Duback 98)

Photo by Robyn Duback

Little Cyn (Duback 98)

Photo by Barbara Morzajew