sized (25 inches high) mounded hosta was
registered by Paul Hofer and
Peter Ruh in
1987. The parentage of this hosta is not clear.
The leaves are ovate shaped, slightly wavy, moderately
corrugated with good substance. It bears pale lavender flowers
in mid July into August.
has appeared on several of the Popularity Polls by members of The American Hosta Society. It was the
1999 "Hosta of the Year" by the
American Hosta Growers Association.
The Hosta Handbook by
Mark Zilis (2000), "'Paul's Glory' improves on such legendary gold
centered hostas as 'Gold
Standard' and 'Janet' by
having better substance and more intense foliage colors."
The Hostapedia by
(2009), adds "Any list of "classic" hosta
cultivars must include Paul's Glory'. In the garden it makes a
tremendous specimen plant and offers a significant improvement
on 'Gold Standard' by its greater slug resistance. Its good
growth rate, attractive variegation, and large size make it
useful for many purposes in the landscape."