Hosta 'Purple Profusion'
 

This is one of those "historic" hostas that has been around for a very long time. It was registered in 1986 by Connie Williams on behalf of her mother, Frances Williams. The plant grows into a medium size hosta about 16 inches in height with a spread of 38 inches. It has medium green foliage that is slightly wavy with smooth texture and average substance. Bright purple flowers bloom from mid-August into September.

According to The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "...known for its great abundance of purple flowers over a rounded mound of foliage. Unlike its siblings ('Lavender Lady', 'Slim Polly', 'Snow Flakes', and 'Tinker Bell'), 'Purple Profusion' exhibits characteristics of both parents."



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