Sunshine Glory

Hosta "Sunshine Glory" review

Large yellow leaves are edged in white, lightly puckered with a bit of ruffling. Forms an upright clump with lavender flowers. This Kevin Vaughn hybrid is still one of the most sought-after hostas of the early 1980's. The 5' wide clumps are composed of thick, round, intensely corrugated, limey-chartreuse leaves, each with a dramatic wide white border. These stunning clumps are topped in midsummer with 29" scapes of lavender flowers. Semi-upright mound of gold-centered, creamy margined foliage; rare Kevin Vaughn hybrid of a 'William Lachman' sibling X 'Golden Waffles' (1982 registration); multi-functional in the landscape where it can be utilized as a specimen, background plant, or ground cover. Thick round leaves have a chartreuse-yellow center and a wide white border, good substance and lots of corrugation. Topped with lavender flowers on tall scapes

Hosta "Sunshine Glory" information:

Size Category large
Hosta height x width 60x45 cm (24x18 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 23x13 cm (9x5 in.) inches
Vein pairs 10
Leaf color
Variegation edge
Leaf type corrugated
Petiole corrugated
Scape green
Scape height 85 cm (33 in.)
Flower lavender
Flower length
Flowering period July
Sports 'Connie Sun' sport/yy 'Sun's Glory' sport/yy
Progeny 'Senora Colleen' = PP x 'Carol'