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Paul's Glory Hosta

Leaf Color Changes with the Seasons
Attract bees and butterflies to your garden with the leafy Paul's Glory Hosta, covering 55" at full spread. In spring, this perennial's broad, spade-shaped leaves span from blue-green at the margins to a pale yellowish green at the center. In the summer, lavender, bell-shaped flowers bloom, and the leaves' margins deepen to dark green as the centers turn gold. The leaves are corrugated at the edges, discouraging slugs. The flowers make lovely additions to bouquets, but the entire plant thrives in full-to-partially shaded areas in rock gardens and woodland areas with well-drained, humus-rich garden soil. Morning sun will bring new intensity to the leaf colors, but avoid afternoon sun if possible. Named the American Hosta Growers' Association Hosta of the Year in 1999. Hosta 'Paul's Glory'
  • Zone 3-9
  • Height 25 inches
  • Bloom Time Mid Summer
  • Light Requirements Full Shade, Partial Shade

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  • Botanical Name:

    Hosta 'Paul's Glory'

  • Height: 25 inches
  • Ship As: 2-3 EYE BAREROOT
  • Spacing: 36 inches
  • Spread: 4.6 feet
  • Light Requirements: Full Shade, Partial Shade
  • Color: purple
  • Foliage Type: In spring leaves have blue-green margins and chartreuse centers. In summer margins turn dark green and centers become bright gold. Ovate leaves are corrugated. Making them more slug resistant.
  • Bloom Time: Mid Summer
  • Flower Form: Pale lavender, bell-shaped flowers appear on 40" scapes in midsummer.
  • Planting Instructions: Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Work soil around the roots, firm well and water thoroughly.
  • Soil Requirements: Well drained, humus rich garden soil.
  • Growth Rate: Medium
  • Pruning: Hostas propagate through division. Division should have at least 3 eyes, allow plants to mature for several years before being divided.
  • Winter Care: Mulch to prevent heaving.
  • Additional Information: American Hosta Growers' Association Hosta of the Year 1999. Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit 2012.
  • Unable to ship to: AE AK GU HI PR

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