Hosta 'Tijuana Brass'

Dr. Kevin Vaughn of Massachusetts crossed H. 'Golden Waffles' × H. 'Polly Bishop' to create this cultivar which he registered in 1988. The plant grows to 16 inches high and 40 inches wide with unruly, broadly ovate leaves. Pale lavender flowers bloom in July on scapes up to 32 inches tall followed by viable seeds.

The New Encyclopedia of Hostas by Diana Grenfell (2009) states: "Makes a statement in the garden. Probably has the most puckered and unruly leaves of any yellow-leaved hosta."


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