Hosta 'Piedmont Gold'

This large sized (25 inches high), gold leaf cultivar of Hosta sieboldiana was originated by David Stone and registered by Piedmont Gardens in 1982. Its foliage is oblong ovate shaped, slightly rippled and slightly corrugated. The plant forms near white flowers in late June into July on nearly 3 feet long scapes.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), this cultivar "...ranks as one of the premier large, gold leaved hosta cultivars...does not develop the spring desiccation burn that afflicts other golden Hosta sieboldiana types."

  • H. 'David Stone'
  • H. 'Evening Magic'
  • H. 'Everglades'
  • H. 'Extrovert'
  • H. 'Lakeside Symphony'
  • H. 'Moonshine'
  • H. 'Mostly Green'
 
  • H. 'Mrs. Minky'
  • H. 'Ovation'
  • H. 'Shade Babe'
  • H. 'Tiffany Tune'
  • H. 'Tucker Tigers'

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