Hosta "Pocketful of Sunshine" review

The hosta Pocketful of Sunshine is a magnificent sport of Hosta Rainforest Sunrise. Thick round, heavily puckered and deeply cupped leaves form a mound growing to a around a foot tall and two feet wide. The center of the leaves are chartreuse in spring and brighten as the summer progresses. Pocketful of Sunshine was introduced by Walters Gardens and is patent protected. Plants produce lavender blooms in midsummer.

Hosta "Pocketful of Sunshine" information:

Size Category small
Hosta height x width 23x45 cm (9x18 in.) inches
Leaf length x width 15x14 cm (6x6 in.) inches
Vein pairs 8-10
Leaf color
Variegation medio
Leaf type thick, cupped, very corrugated
Petiole thick, cupped, very corrugated
Scape yellow
Scape height 45 cm (18 in.)
Flower pale lavender
Fragrant
Flower length 6 cm (2.4 in.)
Flowering period June - July
Fertile
Pod
Ploidy 2-2-2
Patents PP23709
Sports
Progeny