Hosta 'Yellow Corduroys'

Registered by Randy Goodwin of Indiana in 2016, this slow growing cultivar is of unidentified parentage. It forms a medium size hosta about 16 inches high by 36 inches wide. The leaves are light green with a greenish yellow marginal variegation. Its foliage is moderately cupped, deeply twisted, heavily corrugated, nearly round and slightly shiny on top. Tubular flowers bloom from June into July on scapes up to 30 inches tall followed by greenish-yellow seed pods.

The registration materials state: "...bright, tricolored, corrugated blade with downturned edges...color intensity increases over the growing season..."

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