Hosta "Glory" review

11" tall. Part Sun to Light Shade. Chartreuse heart shaped leaves. Lavender flowers. Fertile. Large ruffled brilliant yellow, heart shaped leaf. H.'Glory' went on my "must have" list as soon as I saw it many years ago in the Savory's Minnesota garden. This Hosta 'August Moon' hybrid from the late Bob Savory is a little known, but excellent gold leaf hosta. The clump of thick bright gold leaves 8" wide x long makes a stunning clump in a lightly shaded garden. In late spring, the clump is topped with 2' scapes of light purple flowers. Heart-shaped leaves of bright gold, slightly ruffled; nice purple flowers. Slightly ruffled yellow heart-shaped leaves.  Light purple flowers. The elongated, heart-shaped leaves are a wonderful yellow turning brassy gold with some sun. Light purple flowers. Medium large, beautiful heart shaped bright yellow foliage. Light purple flowers June and July.

Hosta "Glory" information:

Size Category small - medium
Hosta height x width inches
Leaf length x width inches
Vein pairs 12
Leaf color
Leaf type
Scape height
Flower length
Flowering period
Fertile yes
Sports 'Old Glory' sport/yg
Progeny 'Cloudburst' seedling 'Corn Muffin' = PP x 'King Tut' 'Golden Goal' seedling