This cultivar is a sport of H. 'Moon Glow' which
Inc. of Michigan registered it in 1988. It forms a large
size (19 inches high) mound of slightly wavy and corrugated
foliage with thick substance. From mid-July into August, it bears
near white flowers.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), this cultivar "...becomes a bright gold mound of
foliage that is similar to gold-leaved
Similar cultivars include H. 'August Moon' and H. 'Golden Bullion'.
a medium-sized hosta which always grabs
my eye, and justifiably so. The color is
good, rich gold, not chartreuse, when
grown in full shade, and smooth-textured
leaves have a velvety sheen, adding to
its enjoyment. It holds up incredibly
well during our very cold, rainy summers
as well as persevering through our hot,
dry droughts when just about everything
else is showing stress and fatigue.
Consequently, I would think this one
could be grown to perfection in both the
southern and northern extremes of