Paul’s Glory’ Hosta is a brilliant mutation of H. ‘Perry’s True Blue’. It has brilliant gold leaves with a wide blue edge. The dark golden leaves brighten to a white gold as the season progresses. These spectacular clumps are topped with light lavender flowers on 24″ scapes in late spring. This is one of those rare hostas that stands out in any garden…AWESOME!
Large: Corrugated, heart shaped leaves with dark green margin. Leaf center changes from chartreuse in sprint to parchment white by mid summer. Hosta of the Year 1999. Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.
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