Hosta 'Hoopla'

A seedling selection of unidentified parentage, this cultivar was originally credited to Paul Aden of New York. In recent years, its status has been changed to "unidentified origin " and it was registered by Mark Zilis of Illinois in 2010. The medium size mound is about 14 inches high with a spread of about 36 inches. There are mottled streaks in the golden yellow leaves which are also slightly wavy, ovate shaped and dull on top. It bears tubular, lavender flowers in July in New York.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...was highly sought after by collectors. Today, it is almost forgotten, and its sports, 'Gaiety' and 'Good as Gold' have far surpassed it in popularity."

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  1. H. 'Gaiety'
  2. H. 'Good as Gold'

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