Hosta 'Goodness Gracious'

Walters Gardens, Inc. of Michigan registered this sport of H. 'Satisfaction' in 2009 after it had been discovered by Susan Lichacz and it received a U.S. patent in 2012. The fast growing, large size mound reaches a height around 20 inches with a spread of 18 inches. Its slightly rippled foliage is dull on top and bottom and is broadly ovate with a cordate base. They are noted for their piecrust shape, undulations and deeply impressed veins. The tubular flowers bloom from June into mid-July.


United States Patent: PP23081  (2012)

Abstract: Hosta plant named ‘Goodness Gracious’ is a new cultivar with ovate leaves with wide yellow margins and dark green centers, light lavender flowers suitable as a potted plant, for the garden, and for cut flower or leaf arrangements.

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