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Banded by a substantial bluish-green margin, the large, brilliant gold leaves of Hosta 'Paul's Glory' turn a whitish gold as summer progresses. The foliage develops an appealing seersucker texture that intensifies as the plant matures, making each year a more spectacular show than the one before. Intense interest in Hosta breeding the past few years has inundated gardeners with new varieties that are very little different than those currently available. That's why it's such a pleasure to find this truly exquisite and exciting variety. Growing 15 to 18 in. high and 26 to 28 in. wide at maturity, the plants are topped by 24 in. flowerscapes of light lavender in late spring. But the real beauty is the changing leaf color and the intricate seer suckering of the foliage over time.