Hosta 'Sunshine Glory'
 

This cultivar was registered by Dr. Kevin Vaughn of Massachusetts in 1982 as a hybrid of [a self-pollinated seedling of (H. 'Beatrice' × H. 'Frances Williams'). {which is a sibling to H. 'William Lachman'}] × H. 'Golden Waffles'. It is a large size (28 inches high) plant with a cream white marginal variegation and a green center. The oblong to ovate leaves are moderately corrugated and wavy. Lavender flowers are produced in July.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "It becomes a nearly upright mound of foliage with wide, creamy white margins and makes an excellent specimen plant for the middle to back of the shaded border."

As we interpret the information, this would be listed as pod parent unnamed (but a sibling to H. 'William Lachman') and pollen parent H. 'Golden Waffles'


 
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